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Full text of "Casio CZ-1 Owner's Manual"

Congratulations upon your selection of a Casio CZ-1. 
The CZ-1 is a state-of-the-art musical instrument which 
incorporates the latest electronics technology to make its 
operation as easy as possible. Exceptional sound quality 
backed up by a host of sophisticated features and func- 
tions makes the CZ-1 a truly unique musical instrument. 
In order to enjoy the features and functions of the CZ-1 
to their fullest, be sure to carefully read this manual and 
follow the instructions contained herein. 




CONTENTS 

CZ-1 MODES 3 

GENERAL GUIDE — FRONT PANEL 4 

GENERAL GUIDE — REAR PANEL 11 

PART 1 NORMAL MODE 13 

1-1 RECALLING INTERNAL TONES 13 

1-2 RECALLING PRESET TONES 14 

1-3 RECALLING CARTRIDGE TONES 15 

1-4 EFFECT/OVERALL CONTROL 15 

1-5 PD (PHASE DISTORTION) SOUND SOURCE 20 

1-6 8-STEP ENVELOPES 22 

1-7 BLOCK CONFIGURATION 23 

1-8 DCO (DIGITAL CONTROLLED OSCILLATOR) 24 

1-9 DCW (DIGITAL CONTROLLED WAVE) 26 

1-10 DCA (DIGITAL CONTROLLED AMPLIFIER) 28 

1-11 VELOCITY 29 

1-12 VIBRATO/OCTAVE 31 

1-13 DETUNE/LINE SELECT 32 

1-14 RING/NOISE MODULATION 33 

1-15 NAME 33 

1-16 PARAMETER COPY 34 

1-17 INITIALIZE 35 

1-18 COMPARE/RECALL 36 

1-19 TONE DATA WRITE/SAVE/LOAD 36 

1-20 EXCHANGE 39 

PART 2 TONE MIX MODE 40 

2-1 TONE MIX SETTINGS 40 

2-2 EFFECT/OVERALL CONTROL 41 

2-3 TONE MIX MODE SOUND CREATION 42 

PART 3 KEY SPLIT MODE 43 

3-1 KEY SPLIT SETTINGS 43 

3-2 EFFECT/OVERALL CONTROL 45 

3-3 KEY SPLIT MODE SOUND CREATION 45 

PART 4 OPERATION MEMORY MODE 46 

4-1 OPERATION MEMORY OVERVIEW 46 

4-2 OPERATION RECALL 46 

4-3 OPERATION DATA WRITE 48 

4-4 OPERATION DATA MODIFICATION 49 

4-5 OPERATION DATA SAVE/LOAD 50 

4-6 EXCHANGE 50 

PART 5 MIDI 52 

5-1 COMMUNICATION DATA 52 

5-2 COMMUNICATION SETTINGS 54 

5-3 TONE, OPERATION DATA COMMUNICATION 56 

SYSTEM INITIALIZE 64 

CARE OF YOUR UNIT 65 

SPECIFICATIONS 66 



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CZ-1 MODES 



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MODES 

The operation of the CZ-1 can be divided into four major modes, the details of which are explained below. 



■ NORMAL MODE 

® Recall and play of tones stored in memory 
(D Modification of recalled tone data to form new tones 
(3) Creation of totally new tones 
® Application of various effects to tones 
(D Storage of tones to internal memory or to RAM car- 
tridges (optional) 



■ KEY SPLIT MODE 

® Recall of two tones for assignment to UPPER key- 
board and LOWER keyboard 

(2) Modification of recalled tones into new tones 

(3) Setting of keyboard split point 

® Independent setting of level and effect for each tone 
® Writing of split to operation memory 



■ TONE MIX MODE 

® Recall of two tones for mixing 
@ Modification of recalled tones into new tones 
@ Setting of level balance and detune for two mixed 
tones 

® Writing of mixed tones to operation memory 



■ OPERATION MEMORY MODE 

® Storage of panel settings (operation) made in 

NORMAL, TONE MIX and KEY SPLIT modes 
@ Recall of operation memory contents 
@ Writing of all stored operation memory data to RAM 
cartridges 



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GENERAL GUIDE - FRONT MNEL 



(3) (4) (5) (6) 




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©OVERALL CONTROL SECTION 
©MODE SELECT SECTION 
©SOLO KEY 
©MIDI KEY 

©PROGRAMMER SECTION 
©LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD) 
©DATA ENTRY SECTION 
©CARTRIDGE/MIDI KEY 
©EFFECT SECTION 
©PARAMETER SECTION 
©MODULATION WHEEL 
©PITCH BEND WHEEL 
©KEYBOARD 



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© OVERALL CONTROL SECTION 



Indicator 



MIDI ON/OFF key - 



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MASTER TUNE key 
KEY TRANSPOSE key - 

MODULATION ON/OFF key - 



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TUNS 
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-CHORUS CONTROL 



•MASTER VOLUME 



GLIDE ON/OFF key 



PORTAMENTO ON/OFF key 



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•MIDI ON/OFF key 

Switches between MIDI ON and MIDI OFF modes. MIDI 
ON is in effect and the indicator is lit when the power 
of the keyboard is switched ON. In the MIDI OFF mode, 
the indicator is not lit, and MIDI message communica- 
tions are impossible. 

•MASTER TUNE key 

Adjusts the pitch of the keyboard within a range of 
±100 cents (one semitone). The standard pitch is set 
at A4 = 442Hz. 

•KEY TRANSPOSE key 

Transposes the key of the keyboard at semitone steps 
within the range of G-F#. 

•MODULATION ON/OFF key 

Switches modulation ON and OFF. When ON, the in- 
dicator lights, and modulation is applied in accordance 
with the position of the MODULATION WHEEL® and 
the keyboard after touch setting. 



•PORTAMENTO ON/OFF key 

Switches portamento ON and OFF. When ON, the in- 
dicator lights, and portamento is applied in accordance 
with the portamento time which is set using the 
PORTAMENTO key in the EFFECT SECTION (9). 

•GLIDE ON/OFF key 

Switches glide ON and OFF. When ON, the indicator 
lights, and glide is applied in accordance with the NOTE 
and TIME values which are set using the GLIDE key 
in the EFFECT SECTION (9). 

•VOLUME (master volume) 

Adjusts the output level through line out and the head- 
phone volume. 

•STEREO CHORUS (chorus control) 

Adjusts the strength of the chorus effect. The chrous 
effect becomes stronger as the setting moves towards 
MAX, and weaker as MIN is approached. 



2) MODE SELECT SECTION 



Indicator- 



NOftMAL I TONE MIX 



KEY SPLIT key 
TONE MIX key 
NORMAL key 



OPERATION MEMORY key 



•NORMAL key 

Sets the NORMAL mode. 

•TONE MIX key 

Sets the TONE MIX mode. 

•KEY SPLIT key 

Sets the KEY SPLIT mode. 



•OPERATION MEMORY key 

Sets the OPERATION MEMORY mode. 

* The mode indicators light to indicate the current 
mode setting. One of the mode indicators lights to 
indicate the current mode setting. The NORMAL, 
TONE MIX, and KEY SPLIT indicators can only be 
lit while the OPERATION MEMORY mode is in effect. 



(D SOLO key 

Switches the solo function ON and OFF. When ON, the indicator lights and monophonic play only is possible on 
the keyboard. When OFF, the keyboard is capable of up to 16-note polyphonic. 



@ MIDI key 

Switches the MIDI send/receive mode ON and OFF. When ON, the indicator lights and data send/receive operations 
with the MIDI musical instrument or computer connected to the MIDI terminals on the rear panel become possible 
(see page 52). 



5) PROGRAMMER SECTION 

CARTRIDGE key 



MEMORY BANK keys 




COMPARE/RECALL key 



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EXCHANGE key 



MEMORY NO. keys 



WRITE key 



•MEMORY BANK keys 

Used to select one of eight memory banks (A through 
H). The indicator above the bank which is selected 
lights when its key is pressed. 

•MEMORY NO. keys 

Used to select one of eight memory numbers (1 through 
8). The indicator above the bank which is selected lights 
when its key is pressed. 

•CARTRIDGE key 

Switches ON and OFF when a ROM cartridge or RAM 
cartridge (both optional) are loaded. When ON, select- 
ed tone data can be recalled directly from the loaded 
cartridge. 

•EXCHANGE key 

Swaps the memory banks and memory numbers of two 
tones selected from among the 128 internal and car- 
tridge tones. 



•COMPARE/RECALL key 

Compares original tone data with tone data created by 
altering the original tone data. The newly created data 
is temporarily stored in the COMPARE/RECALL area 
automatically, and the indicator above this key lights 
when tone data is altered. Pressing this key so the in- 
dicator is OFF recalls the original tone, while pressing 
again so the indicator is ON recalls the newly created 
tone. 

The CZ-1 is equipped with a COMPARE/RECALL area 
capable of storing a total of up to five tones: 1 in the 
NORMAL mode, 2 in the TONE MIX mode, 2 in the KEY 
SPLIT mode. 

•WRITE key 

Writes tone data newly created using the PARAMETER 
SECTION (10) at a selected location on an internal 
memory or a RAM cartridge, and operation data set on 
the panel to a selected operation memory. 



® LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD) 

The 32-character liquid crystal display shows the current status of the C2-1. including such data as tone number, 
tone name, parameter name, and data. All settings should be performed while monitoring the values on this display. 



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(7) DATA ENTRY SECTION 



OIGJTAL SYNTHCSIZEH 



URME FORM 
FIRST=2 SECi:iHD=' 



VALUE keys- 
PAGE keys- 






-©LCD 
-Cursor 



AVE LOAD 



I DOWN I UP I F 



•VALUE keys 

Used to change the data (values) that appear on the 
LCD ®. Each press of the H key decreases a value 
by 1 , while each press of the key increases a value 
by 1 . Holding either key down causes high speed con- 
tinous decrease/increase of a value. These keys are 
also used for cartridge data SAVE and LOAD oper- 
ations. 

*ln the case of KEY TRANSPOSE, these keys are used 
to change the key name (represented by alphabetic 
characters) rather than numeric values. For MASTER 
TUNE, these keys change the pitch of the keyboard, 
but the LCD does not show any numeric value. 

•ENV POINT keys 

Used to specify the SUSTAIN POINT and END POINT 
for each of the six envelopes in the dual-line DCO, 
DCW. DCA envelopes of the PARAMETER SECTION 



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-CURSOR keys 
-ENVELOPE POINT keys 



•PAGE keys 

Scrolls the data shown on the LCD (6) to display the 
various parameters shown in the table below. The UP 
key scrolls the display up, while the DOWN key scrolls 
the display down. 

•CURSOR keys 

Used to move the cursor (" _ " below data) on the LCD 

®. The a key moves the cursor to the left, while the 
E moves the cursor to the right, when multiple 

parameters are being displayed. 

*These keys are also used as YES (Q) and NO (0) 
keys in data SAVE/LOAD operations, and when ini- 
tializing the keyboard memory contents. 



■ PAGE 


(UP/DOWN) 














>^ECTION 




MODE 


DATA SAVE/LOAD 


EFFECT 


PARAMETER 


page\key 


NORMAL 


TONE MIX 


KEY SPLIT 


MIDI 


CARTRIDGE/MIDI 


M.WHEEL/AFTER TOUCH 


ENV 


DOWN 

I 

UP 


TONE NO. 


LEV 1. LEV 2 


LOWER. UPPER 


POLY 


MULT! 


CARTRIDGE 


MOD.WHEEL 


STEP 1-8 


CHORUS ON/OFF 


TONE 2 PITCH 


SUS.PEDAL ENA/DIS 


TONE DATA EfW/DIS 


CHECK CHANNEL 


MIDI 


MOD.AFTER TOUCH 


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CHORUS ON/OFF 


OCT.SHIFT 


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AMP.AFTER TOUCH 


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CHORUS ON/OFF 


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® CARTRIDGE/MIDI key 

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used for data transmission between two CZ-1 's or between a CZ-1 and other Casio synthesizers 

r^r^^HHl «r^?'°^f»^^^.°' *^^ PROGRAMMER SECTION is used, specific tones are directly recalled from 
a cartndge. so internal tone data is no affected. In the case of the CARTRIDGE/MIDI key. however all 64 tones 
on the cartndge are written to the keyboard's internal memory by the LOAD operation. ' 

-8- 



D EFFECT SECTION 



PORTAMENTO/ 
SWEEP TIME key 




GLIDE/ 

NOTE TIME key 



BEND RANGE key 



•PORTAMENTO key 

Used to set the portamento time. Portamento is applied 
in accordance with the value set when the 
PORTAMENTO ON/OFF key in the OVERALL 
CONTROL SECTION ® is ON. 

•GLIDE key 

Used to set the glide pitch difference and time. Glide 
is applied in accordance with the values set when the 
GLIDE ON/OFF key in the OVERALL CONTROL 
SECTION ® is ON. 




MODULATION WHEEL/ 
AFTER TOUCH key 



•BEND RANGE key 

Used to set the range for the PITCH BEND WHEEL @. 

•MODULATION WHEEL/ 
AFTER TOUCH key 

Used to set the range for the MODULATION WHEEL 
® , the modulation range for the keyboard after touch, 
and the volume range for the keyboard after touch. 
These parameters are displayed using the PAGE 
UP/DOWN keys. The modulation effect is applied when 
the MODULATION ON/OFF key in the OVERALL 
CONTROL SECTION ® is ON. 



10) PARAMETER SECTION 

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©WAVEFORM key 

Pressed to select the LINE 1 waveform (basic 
waveform). 

©DCO ENV key 

Pressed to set the LINE 1 pitch envelope. 

©DCW KEY FOLLOW key 

Pressed to cause the waveform for the LINE 1 DCW 
to approach a sine wave (cosine wave) at the higher 
range of the keyboard. 



®J[® 

©DCW ENV key 

Pressed to set the LINE 1 wave envelope. 

©DCA KEY FOLLOW key 

Pressed to cause the envelope for the LINE 1 DCW to 
shorten (timewise) at the higher range of the keyboard. 

©DCA ENV key 

Pressed to set the LINE 1 amp envelope. 



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(DLEVEL key 

Pressed to set the overall volume level for the LINE 1 
DCA. 

©VELOCITY key 

Pressed to set the degree of change in accordance with 
the key touch strength for the LINE 1 amp (volume), 
wave (timbre), and pitch (pitch) envelopes. 

©WAVEFORM key 

Pressed to select the LINE 2 waveform. 

®DCO ENV key 

Pressed to set the LINE 2 pitch envelope. 

®DCW KEY FOLLOW key 

Pressed to cause the waveform for the LINE 2 DCW 
to approach a sine wave (cosine wave) at the higher 
range of the keyboard. 

®DCW ENV key 

Pressed to set the LINE 2 wave envelope. 

@)DCA KEY FOLLOW key 

Pressed to cause the envelope for the LINE 2 DCW to 
shorten (timewise) at the higher range of the keyboard. 

©DCA ENV key 

Pressed to set the LINE 2 amp envelope. 

©LEVEL key 

Pressed to set the overall volume level for the LINE 2 
DCA. 

©VELOCITY key 

Pressed to set the degree of change in accordance with 
the key touch strength for the LINE 2 amp (volume), 
wave (timbre) and pitch (pitch) envelopes. 



©VIBRATO key 

Pressed to set vibrato for each tone in accordance with 
four parameters: wave, delay, rate, depth. 

©OCTAVE key 

Pressed to raise or lower the pitch of a tone in one- 
octave steps. 

(D DETUNE key 

Pressed to set differences in pitch between LINE 1 and 
LINE 1', or LINE 2 and LINE 2'. 

©LINE SELECT key 

Pressed to select a line or line combination for sound 
creation. Each press of this key changes the line set- 
ting in the sequence: [l]-^[2]-*|Tl + [2l-^[i]-f 
\r\ , and a indicator lights to show the current selection. 

©RING key 

Pressed to apply ring modulation to either LINE 1' or 
LINE 2\ 

©NOISE key 

Pressed to apply noise modulation to either LINE 1 ' or 
LINE 2\ 

\ 

(w)NAME key 

Pressed to allow writing of a name up to 1 6 characters 
long for a tone. 

©PARAMETER COPY key 

Used to copy waveform and envelope parameter data 
between LINE 1 and LINE 2 in single-parameter units. 

©INITIALIZE key 

Pressed to initialize each data value. This key is held 
down and the parameter key for the value to be initial- 
ized is pressed simultaneously. 



® MODULATION WHEEL 

Turning this wheel when the MODULATION ON/OFF key in the OVERALL CONTROL SECTION is ON adjusts 
vibrato depth in accordance with the range set using the MODULATION WHEEL/AFTER TOUCH key in the EFFECT 
SECTION ®. 
•Turning the wheel has no effect at all when the MODUALTION ON/OFF key is OFF. 



@ PITCH BEND WHEEL 

Turning this wheel controls pitch in accordance with the range set using the BEND RANGE key in the EFFECT 
SECTION d). 



@ Keyboard 

A 61 -key, 5-octave. 16-note maximum polyphonic keyboard with initial/after touch sensors. 
'8-note polyphonic when 2DC0 is being used, 4-note polyphonic when TONE MIX is being used, monophonic when 
SOLO is ON. 



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GENERAL GUIDE -REAR PMIEL 



The CZ-1 does not come equipped with a built-in speaker, so either headphones or a keyboard amp and speaker 
system must be used to produce sound. 



'CONNECTION DIAGRAM (CZ-1 REAR PANEL) 



(T) Power switch 

(2) AC power terminal 



® FOOT VOLUME jack (7) LINE OUT jack (R/L) 
® SUSTAIN jack 



3) Cartridge slot @ PROTECT switch 



® PHONES jack 




Accessory power cord 



See page 52 for information 
on MIDI terminals 



Sustain pedal 
(SP-1) 



Keyboard amp 
(AS-3000, AS-2000) 



Headphones 
(CP-2) 



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© Power switch 

Switches power ON and OFF. 



@ AC power terminal 

For connection of the accessory AC power cord. 

(3) Cartridge slot 

For loading of ROM cartridge or RAM cartridge, both 
optional. 

® PROTECT switch 

Protects internal tone data and operation memory data 
from inadvertent erasure. 



memory; PROTECTION FUNCTION 



This function protects memory contents by mak- 
ing WRITE operations impossible while the 
PROTECT switch is in the ON position. It also pro- 
tects against loss of internal memory data by load- 
ing data from an optional RAM cartridge. 

PROTECT 

OfF OH 

•Always leave the PROTECT swtich in the ~| [" 
ON setting except during WRITE, EX- fnfml 
CHANGE, SAVE and LOAD operations. 4^ 

t 
Normal setting 

•Memory protection power supply 

The contents of the internal memory of the CZ-1 
are protected by a lithium battery with a life of ap- 
proximately 5 years. Memory contents may be al- 
tered or lost entirely when the battery weakens, 
so be sure to have the battery replaced by an 
authorized service person before the end of the 
battery's life is reached. 



(5) SUSTAIN 

For connection of the optional sustain pedal (SP-1) for 
control of the sustain effect. Connection of a sustain 
pedal gives the pedal priority over manual settings. 
*ln the KEY SPLIT mode, panel settings allow sustain 

pedal control to be applied independently to the 

UPPER and LOWER keyboard tones. 

(6) FOOT VOLUME 

For connection of the optional foot volume pedal (VP-2) 
for foot control of the overall volume level. 



(7) LINE OUT (R/L) 

For connection to keyboard amplifiers, external audio 

equipment, etc. 

* Stereo output is provided when speakers are attached 
to each jack. Connection to a single jack provides 
monaural output (A and B output mixed). 

STEREO OUTPUT 



Terminal' 


A/A + B 




MODE 


: CHORUS^ 


NOR- 
MAL 


ON 


NORMAL 
mode tone 


NORMAL 
mode tone 


OFF 


ditto 


ditto 


TONE 
MIX 


T0NE1=0N 
T0NE2 = 0N 


TONE1+TONE2 


T0NE1+T0NE2 


T0NE1=0N 
T0NE2 = 0FF 


T0NE1 +TONE2 


T0NE1 


T0NE1=0FF 
T0NE2 = 0N 


T0NE2 


T0NE1+T0NE2 


TONE1=OFF 
T0NE2 = 0FF 


T0NE2 


T0NE1 


KEY 
SPLIT 


UPPER = ON 
LOWER = ON 


UPPER + LOWER 


UPPER + LOWER 


UPPER = ON 
LOWER = OFF 


UPPER 


UPPER + LOWER 


UPPER = OFF 
LOWER = ON 


UPPER + LOWER 


LOWER 


UPPER = OFF 
LOWER -OFF 


UPPER 


LOWER 



*Stereo chorus effect adjusted by the chorus control 
is applied to tones where CHORUS = ON. 

MONAURAL OUTPUT (one jack only) 



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mixed output 


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Monaural plug 


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A + B 
mixed output 



(8) PHONES (Headphone jack) 

For connection of optional headphones (CP-2). Output 
from the speakers is automatically cut when head- 
phones are connected. 



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NORMAL MODE 






>1;1^RECALLING INTERNAL TONES 



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(1) NORMAL MODE SETTING 

® First switch the power of the unit ON. At this time, 
the LCD should appear as illustrated below: 





(2) The NORMAL mode will already be set if it was in 
effect when the power of the keyboard was switched 
OFF. Otherwise, press the NORMAL key in the 
MODE SELECT SECTION. 



(2) INTERNAL TONES 

64 different tones are preset in memory for the inter- 
nal tones. Internal tones are selected using the 
MEMORY BANK keys (A^-H) and the MEMORY NO. 
keys (1 - 8) in the PROGRAMMER SECTION to speci- 
fy tone numbers. 



MEMORY BANK keys 




MEMORY NO. keys 



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Any tone name up to 16 
characters long can be 
assigned. 



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.tones that are identical to the 64 presetiones (s«^ ^ 

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The internal ROM of the CZ-1 is programmed with 64 preset tones which can be called whenever needed for play 
or for modification into internal tones. 



Press a MEMORY BANK key and MEMORY 
NO. key to specify the preset tone of your 
choice while holding down the INITIALIZE key 
in the PARAMETER SECTION. 



MEMORY BANK keys 




Press and 
J_ hold down 




MEMORY NO. keys 



•This operation does not erase or otherwise affect the 
internal tone in the memory with the same number as 
that selected. 

•The preset tone selected is called to the COMPARE/ 
RECALL area of the PROGRAMMER SECTION, and 
this situation will be indicated by the lit indicator above 
the COMPARE/RECALL key. The name of the preset 
tone called will be shown on the LCD. 




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Preset tone name 

•The indicator above the COMPARE/RECALL key will 
go ON and OFF with each press of the key. The in- 
ternal tone with the same number as that specified 
is called when the indicator is OFF. 



NOTE 

•The COMPARE/RECALL area is used for tem- 
porary storage of tone data. The WRITE proce- 
dure (see page 36) should be used to write the 
called preset tone to the internal bank. The 
SYSTEM INITIALIZE operation should be used 
to write all preset tones to the internal bank. 

•Tone data stored in the COMPARE/RECALL 
area is retained even when the power of the key- 
board is switched OFF. 



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BRASS 4 


PIANO 1 




2 


BRASS 2 


JAZZ GUITAR 


SAXOPHONE 


PIANO 2 




3 


BRASS 3 


ELEC. GUITAR 


CELLO 


PIANO 3 




4 


STRINGS 1 


SLAP BASS 


FLUTE 


ELEC. PIANO 




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STRINGS 2 


SYNTH. BASS 


WHISTLE 


HONKY-TONK 




6 


STRINGS 3 


ELEC. BASS 1 


HARMONICA 


FUNKY CLAVI. 1 




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STRINGS 4 


ELEC. BASS 2 


RECORDER 


FUNKY CLAVI. 2 




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HARP 


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1 


JAZZ ORGAN 1 


MUSIC BOX 


SYNTH. STRINGS 


SYNTH. DRUMS 1 


2 


JAZZ ORGAN 2 


VIBRAPHONE 


FAT ENSEMBLE 


SYNTH. DRUMS 2 


3 


PIPE ORGAN 1 


XYLOPHONE 


SITAR 


CONGA 




PIPE ORGAN 2 


MARIMBA 


SYNTH. LEAD 1 


STEEL DRUM 




ACCORDION 


MALLET LOG 


SYNTH. LEAD 2 


SWEEP SOUND 2 




VOICE 1 


AFRO-PERCUSSION 


SYNTH. LEAD 3 


MOTORCYCLE 




VOICE 2 


BELLS 


SYNTH. LEAD 4 


JET ROAR 




VOICE 3 


METALLIC SOUND 


SWEEP SOUND 1 


TYPHOON SOUND 



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Loading ROM cartridges or RAM cartridges (both optional) Into the keyboard allows direct access to 64 cartridge 
tones in addition to the 128 internal and preset tones. 



•DIRECT CARTRIDGE TONE 
ACCESS 

® Load an optionally available ROM cartridge or RAM 
cartridge into the cartridge slot on the rear panel of 
the keyboard. 



Cartridge slot 
CZ-1 rear panel 





ROM cartridge: (option) 
RAM cartridge: RA-6 (option) 



® Press the CARTRIDGE key in the PROGRAMMER 
SECTION so that the indicator above the key lights. 



(D Select a tone number using the MEMORY BANK 
keys and the MEMORY NO. keys in the PROGRAM- 
MER SECTION. The name of the tone selected will 
appear on the LCD as illustrated below. 



+r:RF:TRIDGE+ fl-l 
SVNTH.BRflSSn 



Tone name for tone written 
on cartridge 






Use the LOAD operation (see page 36) to write 
the called cartridge tone to the internal bank. The 
LOAD operation can also be used to write all the 
cartridge tones to the internal bank. 



-Lights 



laiiiiECl/OVEBlUtiGONIiROIIili^SG^^ 



The four effects shown below can be applied in the NORMAL mode. STEREO CHORUS ON/OFF, MASTER TUNE, 
and KEY TRANSPOSE are also possible in this mode. 



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i^^i^y^aranieters (EFFECTfSECTION) ; % -. HV 


-. i;,M 


PORTAMENTO 


SWEEP = 0, 1 /TIME = 00-99 


ON/OFF 


GLIDE 


TONE- -12- +12/TtME=. 00-99 


ON /OFF 


PITCH BEND 


RANGE -0-12 


BEND WHEEL 


MOD. WHEEL 
/AFTER TOUCH 


MOD. WHEEL DEPTH - 00 - 99 


MOD. WHEEL 


MOD. AFTER TOUCH DEPTH = 00 -99 


Key after touch 


AMP. AFTER TOUCH RANGE = 00 -15 


Key after toucfi 



*AII four effects are applied in the same way for all tones. 



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(1) PORTAMENTO 



SWEEP =1 



The portamento effect of the CZ-1 can be applied 
using either a fixed period in accordance with the 
PORTAMENTO TIME setting or a variable period in ac- 
cordance with the difference in the pitch. Application 
of portamento also differs according to whether or not 
the SOLO key is ON or OFF. 

® POFITAMENTO SWEEP/ 
TIME SETTING 

The LCD will appear as illustrated below when the 
PORTAMENTO key in the EFFECT SECTION is ON. 



Lights 




priRTflMENTO 
SUEEP=0 TIME=3m 



' — Cursor 
/SWEEP = 0or1 \ 
V 00^TIME^99 / 

The SWEEP parameter is set to a value of or 1 to 
determine whether the portamento is according to a 
fixed period or a variable period. Pressing the VALUE 
S key in the DATA ENTRY SECTION sets SWEEP 
to 1, while pressing the key sets SWEEP to 0. 



<SWEEP = 0> 

This value sets a fixed period portamento. As shown 
in the illustration, the pitches change over the same 
period of time for portamento C-+G and C-*C (one oc- 
tave higher). 




TIME 



TIME expresses portamento time, which can be set 
within a range of 00-99. The CURSOR 0B keys of 
the DATA ENTRY SECTION are used to move the cur- 
sor to below the TIME values, and then the VALUE 
H keys are used to set the value. The higher the 
value, the longer the portamento time. 



(2) PORTAMENTO ON/OFF 

The portamento effect can be switched ON and OFF 
using the PORTAMENTO ON/OFF key in the OVER- 
ALL CONTROL SECTION. 



^ I 




- Lights 



* Setting PORTAMENTO to ON while the SOLO key is 
ON applies portamento only for legato play (succes- 
sive key pressed while original key is still held down). 

* Portamento and glide cannot be in effect at the same 
time. 



SWEEP =0 




Time 



(2) GLIDE 

® GLIDE NOTE/TIME SETTING 

The LCD will appear as illustrated below when the 
GLIDE key in the EFFECT SECTION is ON. 



N I 



<SWEEP = 1> 

This value sets a variable period portamento. As shown 
in the illustration, the greater the difference in pitch be- 
tween two notes, the longer the time, so the slower the 
change in pitch. 

"1 tone is 2t and 1 octave is 12t when the portamento 
time for a semitone pitch difference is t. 



: Lights 





Cursor 



/ -12^NOTE^ + 12\ 
V 00^TIME^99 / 



NOTE expresses the amount that the key pressed is 
off of the standard pitch, and it can be set at semitone 
steps within a range of one octave (±12 semitones). 
The glide effect is produced by a change from the 
preset pitch to the standard pitch, so the larger the 
preset value, the greater the difference in pitch. TIME 
expresses the glide time, which can be set within a 
range of 00 - 99. The CURSOR H keys of the DATA 
ENTRY SECTION are used to move the cursor to be- 
low the TIME values, and then the VALUE H keys 
are used to set the value. The higher the value, the 
longer the glide time (the slower the glide). 

(2) GLIDE ON/OFF 

The glide effect can be switched ON and OFF using 
the GLIDE ON/OFF key in the OVERALL CONTROL 
SECTION. 

* Portamento and glide cannot be in effect at the same 
time. 



-Lights 




(3) PITCH BEND 

® PITCH BEND WHEEL 

The pitch of the keyboard can be controlled manually 
while playing by operating the PITCH BEND WHEEL. 



Increases pitch p'tchbend 




Decreases pitch 



(2) BEND RANGE SETTING 

The LCD will appear as illustrated below when the 
BEND RANGE key in the EFFECT SECTION is ON. 



Lights 





(00 GRANGE ^12) 

The PITCH BEND range can be set in semitone units 
within a range of 00 -- 1 2 ( ± 1 octave) using the VALUE 
as keys in the DATA ENTRY SECTION. Each in- 
crease of 1 in the value represents an increase in the 
bend range of ±100 cents (± semitone). 



(4) MODULATION WHEEU 
AFTER TOUCH 

The depth of the vibrato applied by the CZ-1 can be 
controlled by the MODULATION WHEEL or the after 
touch of the keys. Volume can also be controlled by 
the after touch of the keys. 

0-1 MODULATION WHEEL 

— Lights 




I OWOFF 



The depth of the vibrato is increased when the MODU- 
LATION WHEEL is rotated forward while the MODU- 
LATION ON /OFF key in the OVERALL CONTROL 
SECTION is ON. At the highest or MAX position, the 
vibrato applied is in accordance with the value preset 
by the MOD WHEEL DEPTH in the EFFECT SECTION. 

MODULATION 
MAX 




MODULATION WHEEL 

*0f the four vibrato parameters (WAVE, DELAY, RATE, 
DEPTH) in the PARAMETER SECTION, only the 
DEPTH setting affects the MODULATION WHEEL. 
The VIBRTATO DEPTH assigned to each tone in 
memory is applied no matter what the MODULATION 
WHEEL position when the MODULATION ON/OFF 
key is set to OFF. 



0-2 MODULATION WHEEL DEPTH 
SETTING 

The LCD will appear as illustrated below when the 
MODULATION WHEEL/AFTER TOUCH key in the 
EFFECT SECTION is ON. 

-^4\-~ Lights 




MOD.UHEEL 
DEPTH=5e 



I (00^ DEPTH ^99) 
MODULATION WHEEL depth 

The MODULATION DEPTH range can be set within a 
range of 00-99 using the VALUE BS keys in the 
DATA ENTRY SECTION. The larger the value, the 
greater the MODULATION DEPTH range. 

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(2).1 AFTER TOUCH MODULATION 

The depth of vibrato can be increased by the after touch 
of the keyboard when the MODULATION ON/OFF key 
in the OVERALL CONTROL SECTION is ON. Vibrato 
is applied in accordance with the MODULATION 
AFTER TOUCH DEPTH set in the EFFECT SECTION 
when the keys on the keyboard are pressed all the way 
down. 



-^?v- — Lights 





n^^No jnodulatlpri. applied ::^ 

^ ^"^Vibrato depth changes 

^wth jcey pressure ; ^ 
^ .^, < ^ »^ ™. ., . ^ X Wstrbngelr pressure \ 

.^^Whep MOD. WHEELis at MIN (DEPTH-00) 



*0f the four vibrato parameters (WAVE, DELAY, RATE, 
DEPTH) In the PARAMETER SECTION, only the 
DEPTH setting affects the after touch of the keyboard. 
The VIBRATO DEPTH assigned to each tone in 
memory is applied when the MODULATION ON/OFF 
key is set to OFF. 

*The operation with the greatest effect takes priority 
when the MODULATION WHEEL is operated while 
strong pressure is applied to the keyboard. However, 
DEPTH cannot exceed a value of 99. 



The MODULATION DEPTH range can be set within a 
range of 00-99 using the VALUE 00 keys In the 
DATA ENTRY SECTION. The larger the value, the 
greater the MODULATION DEPTH range. 



(3).1 AFTER TOUCH VOLUME 
CONTROL 

Volume can be controlled by the after touch of the key- 
board in accordance with the sensitivity set by the AMP. 
AFTER TOUCH RANGE in the EFFECT SECTION. 

•Modulation and volume can be controlled simultane- 
ously by after touch when the MODULATION ON/OFF 
key is ON. 







^331 



4Fbced.volumej 






(D-2 AMP. AFTER TOUCH RANGE 
SETTING 

The LCD will appear as illustrated below when the 
MODUALTION WHEEUAFTER TOUCH key in the 
EFFECT SECTION is ON and the PAGE UP key in the 
DATA ENTRY SECTION is pressed twice. 



Lights 



(2)-2 MODULATION AFTER TOUCH 
DEPTH SETTING 

The LCD will appear as illustrated below when the 
MODULATION WHEEL/AFTER TOUCH key in the 
EFFECT SECTION is ON and the PAGE UP key in the 
DATA ENTRY SECTION is pressed once. 



• Lights 




OOWN I U' I ' 



MOD. AFTER TOUCH 
DEPTH=5e 



(00 ^ DEPTH ^ 99) > — MOD. after touch depth 



L 



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hmp.rfter touch 

RHNi3E=e0 



(00 GRANGE ^15) 
AMP. AFTER TOUCH RANGE 

The AMP. (amplification) range can be set within a 
range of 00-15 using the VALUE 00 keys in the 
DATA ENTRY SECTION. The larger the value, the 
greater the AMP. range. 



RANGE = 00 No change in volume no matter how 

strongly the keyboard is pressed. 

RANGE = 15 Maximum difference in volume be- 
tween normal and strong keyboard 
pressure. 

* l\/laximum key pressure results in volume equal to that 
produced when RANGE = 00 (see illustration). 



-^Strongest pressure 
Volume difference 

-^Normal pressure 

RANGE 




(5) CHORUS ON/OFF 

The built-in STEREO CHORUS of the CZ-1 can be 
switched ON and OFF using the DATA ENTRY SEC- 
TION. The strength of the effect applied Is adjusted 
using the CHORUS CONTROL in the OVERALL 
CONTROL SECTION. 

The LCD shows the selected tone number and name 
in the NORMAL mode when no changes are being 
made in parameters. 



+INTERNflL+ B"2 
JflZZ GUITRR 



The CHORUS ON/OFF display appears when the 
PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN key is pressed while this 
display is being shown. 



A page display function is employed on the CZ-1 
to allow effective setting operations of the various 
parameters available. When the MODULATION 
WHEEUAFTER TOUCH key in the EFFECT SEC- 
TION is ON, for example, the page display func- 
tion allows scrolling among the WHEEL DEPTH, 
MOD. AFTER TOUCH DEPTH, and AMP. AFTER 
TOUCH RANGE to set the various parameters. 
Each press of the PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN key 
scrolls the displays as illustrated below. 



MOD. WHEEL 
DEPTH=33 



fO 



MOD. AFTER TOUCH 
DEPTH=4S 



♦^ 



AMP. AFTER TOUCH 
GE=05 



<P 



►PAGE UP -O-PAGE DOWN 




CHORU 



ON/OFF display 



Either of the VALUE H keys can be used to switch 
the current setting to ON/OFF. When this effect is ON, 
the same chorus effect is applied to all tones in accor- 
dance with the CHORUS CONTROL setting in the 
OVERALL CONTROL SECTION. 



(6) MASTER TUNE 

The LCD will appear as illustrated below when the 
MASTER TUNE key in the OVERALL CONTROL SEC- 
TION is ON. 




BTER TUNE 
PUSH UHLUE KEV 



Each press of the VALUE key in the DATA EN- 
TRY SECTION raises the pitch by 1 .7 cents, while each 
press of the key lowers the pitch by 1 .7 cents. 




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(7) KEY TRANSPOSE 

The LCD will appear as illustrated below when the KEY 
TRANSPOSE key in the OVERALL CONTROL SEC- 
TION is ON. 



(8) SOLO 

The keyboard of the CZ-1 becomes monophonic when 
the SOLO key is ON, and the last keyboard key pressed 
is given priority. 



KEV TRnNSPOSE 
KEV=r: 



' — Cursor 

Each press of the VALUE H key in the DATA ENTRY 
SECTION raises the key by one semitone, while each 
press of the key lowers the pitch by one semitone. 



SOLO key ON 



Volume 




■':•■' a 



KEY ON KEY ON 

® ® 

KEY ON 1 cut when KEY ON 2 starts 



Initial value 



G^A^^A^B^^B^C-^C»-*D->E^-*E-> F— P 



SOLO key OFF 
Volume* 




KEY ON KEY ON 

® @ 

KEY ON 1 continues even when KEY ON 2 starts 
(figure shows attenuating tones) 




iM^iilljiB»ION)iS0UNDiSOllRCtE 



»;r^^ 



The CZ-1 employs a unique, CASIO developed PD (Phase Distortion) sound source system. This system is capable 
of producing a variety of wave forms by distorting the read phase angles of sine and cosine waves that are written 
in ROM, The pattern of the read phase angle distortion is determined by the specification of the DCO (VCO of analog 
synthesizer) WAVE FORM. The magnitude (modulation depth) of the read angle distortion corresponds to the momen- 
tary value of the DOW (VCF of analog synthesizer) envelope. 



(Fig- 1) 



2;r 




7^ y 


K 


'z( 


\y^ Phase angle 









+ 1 


A 


1 / \ Waveform 


u 
-1 


J ^ 


\J V 


Pol 
exa 


arity ( + / - 
mple. 


- ) cos^ reversed for sake of 



Fig. 1 illustrates output of a non-distorted cosine wave 
when a cosine wave in ROM is read with a linear phase 
angle. The phase angle is read at a constant speed 
from through 27r. 



What would happen if we increase the phase angle 
read speed from through tt and decrease it from -k 
through 27r? 



(Fig- 2) 




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As shown in Fig. 2, the phase angle read is distorted 
rather than linear, and the output cosine wave takes 
on what is close to a saw-tooth pattern. 
What would happen now if we further increase the 
phase angle read speed from through tt and decrease 
it from X through 2x7 



(Fig. 3) 



(Fig. 4) 




Fig. 3 shows that the output cosine wave is almost a 
perfect saw-tooth pattern. 



The revolutionary PD sound source system thus makes 
it possible to output waveforms that differ from cosine 
waves by simply distorting the cosine (or sine) wave 
read from ROM. 

Figs. 1 through 3 illustrate the patterns produced by 
increasing the phase angle read speed from through 
X while decreasing the speed from x through 2x. This 
is the pattern effected when the SAW-TOOTH wave- 
form is selected in the DCO parameter. 
Read phase angles are also distorted in accordance 
with the selection of the other DCO parameter WAVE 
FORMS, thus making a variety of waveform outputs 
possible. 

The magnitude of the read phase angle distortion cor- 
responds to the momentary value (change over time) 
of the DCW envelope. When the DCW envelope is set 
as shown in Fig. 4, an undistorted cosine wave is out- 
put at point @ , distortion reaches its peak at point © , 
and a saw-tooth pattern as shown in Fig. 3 is output. 
Distortion is reduced (modulation becomes shallower) 
at point Cb) , and a pattern that is somewhere between 
a cosine wave and a saw-tooth wave as illustrated in 
Fig. 2 is output. 



rw33 


© 

•A ^ 


DCW envelope 


AA 


/ l\ 


^ 


\ 


t 



Key ON Key OFF 



When WAVE FORM is set to saw-tooth. 



® 



AA 



^^^^^U^^^^ 



® 




^mm 



1) The pattern of the read phase angle distortion 
corresponds to the WAVE FORM setting of the 
DCO parameter. 

2) The magnitude of the read output phase an- 
gle distortion (modulation depth) corresponds 
to the momentary value of the DCW envelope. 



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Etiiliii 




The CZ-1 features a dual system DCO/DCW/DCA, and each system has its own independent envelope generator 
for control of changes in notes, timbres and volume over time. The envelope generators can set up to eight steps 
including setting of the sustain point (the level at which a note is sustained while a key is depressed). This provides 
greater versatility than the conventional ADSR generator and makes sound creation possibilities virtually unlimited. 



(Fig. 5) 



(Fig. 6) 




Key ON 



Key OFF 



END Point 



*Ri through Rg indicate the RATE (slope) of each vari- 
ous step, while Li through La indicate the LEVEL (des- 
tination level). Li is reached at a slope of Ri in STEP 
1, L2 is reached at a slope of R2 in STEP 2, etc. 



Fig. 5 shows an example of an envelope employing 8 
steps. There are two attacks before the sustain point, 
as well as a third attack after the key is released, result- 
ing in an '*after-envelope". 



Conventional analog synthesizers 




Attack 
time 



^.^ cz-i 




Key ON 



Key OFF END Point 



Analog synthesizers usually require the setting of enve- 
lopes according to 4 parameters: Attack time. Decay 
time. Sustain level and Release time (hence, the name 
ADSR system). With the envelope generator^of the 
CZ-1, only 3 step settings are required to attain the 
same effect. 



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The PD sound source of the CZ-1 makes it a fully digital synthesizer. Actually, however, the DCO (pitch and basic 
waveform setting), DCW (timbre control), and DCA (volume control) digital circuits of the Parameter Section result 
in a block configuration that closely resembles an analog synthesizer. The block configuration of the CZ-1 consists 
of LINE 1 and LINE 2 which make up a dual system. DETUNE allows you to create differences between the sounds 
generated by LINE 1 and 2 to produce subtle nuances. With LINE SELECT, a single line can be output or combined 
with the detuned line for a total of 4 line output settings. 



CZ-1 block configuration 




■§gOCAt 





t 






ENVELOPE 






t 1 


t 




VELOCITY 


KEY FOLLOW 




1 








LEVEL 





■ LINE 1 



RING 
MODULATION 



1 



DETUNE 





LEVEL 






1 






VELOCITY 


KEY FOLLOW 




* J 


I I 






ENVELOPE 






4 


I 





LINE 
SELECT 



NOISE 
MODULATION 



J 



■LINE 2 



ENVELOPE .... 

Digital envelope generator (DEG) that sets envelopes 
with up to 8 steps. Two lines consisting of DCO, DCW, 
and DCA result in a total of 6 independent envelopes. 

VELOCITY .... 

Parameter which sets the degree of change in the enve- 
lope level according to the key touch pressure. In- 
dependent settings are possible for DCO, DCW, and 
DCA of both lines. 



LEVEL .... 

Parameter that independently sets the volume level for 
LINE 1 and LINE 2. 



J 



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I «>«t |«'SJ™ I 



tm (=3 











I OCrmt wK I '«V «;S^ I WV ^ I »« I imi Inwan 



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iB^i!^^i^(ei!c$iiafei^fR(3i^ 



DCO corresponds to the VCO of an analog synthesizer, and is comprised of WAVE FORM for selection of the basic 
wavefornn and ENV (pitch envelope) for control of the pitch over time for a pressed key. The dual system line pro- 
vides an independent DCO 1 and DCO 2 which can be used as desired. 



•WAVE FORM 

Determines the basic waveform of a tone. Independent 
settings can be made using the DCO 1 and DCO 2 
keys. 

As can be seen in Fig. 8, there are eight types of basic 
waveforms: from SAW-TOOTH to RESONANCE III. 
Any one of these eight waveforms can be combined 
as shown in Fig. 9 to produce a total of 33 waveforms 
suitable for virtually any application. 



(Fig. 8) 



.f\ .n_ 3.i\_ -AA 

SAW-TOOTH SQUARE PULSE DOUBLE SINE 



Fig. 10 indicates that only the saw-tooth pattern is 
selected. (Only the FIRST waveform is applied when 
SECOND = is displayed.) At this time, the VALUE 
keys can be used to set FIRST (the current position of 
the cursor) to a value from 1 through 8 to select the 
required waveform. Then the CURSOR keys can be 
used to move the cursor under the value of SECOND 
and another waveform can be set using the VALUE 
keys (see Fig. 11). 

This procedure is used to select one of the 33 combi- 
nations of basic waveforms. 



(Fig. 11) 

® Either of the CURSOR keys is used to move the 
cursor. 



SAW-PULSE RESONANCE I RESONANCE II RESONANCE III 
(SAW-TOOTH) (TRIANGLE) (TRAPEZOID) 



UflUE FORM 
FIRST=i SEi::riND=0 



(Fig. 9) 



hsTL- 



Combination of SAW-TOOTH 
and SQUARE 



(\Jk^ 



— Combination of SAW-PULSE 
and RESONANCE I 



d) The VALUE keys are used to change the numeric 
value. 



l.lflUE 

FIRST=1 



FORM 
SECOND: 



*The three RESONANCE waveforms cannot be used 
in combination with each other. 

When the WAVEFORM key is ON, the LCD appears 
as shown in Fig. 10. 



*Giving the same value to FIRST and SECOND is the 

same as when SECOND = 0. 
*FIRST = 1, SECOND = 2 produces the same effect 

as FIRST = 2, SECOND = 1. 



(Fig. 10) 

Indicator lights 

V t / 




UnUE FORM 
FIRST=i SEi::OND=0 



tz 



Cursor 



•DCO ENVELOPE 
(PITCH ENVELOPE) 

DCO controls changes in pitch over time. Independent 

envelopes can be set using the DCO 1 and DCO 2 ENV 

keys. 

The PITCH envelope sets the change in pitch over time 

up to 8 levels for pressed keys in accordance with the 

RATE and LEVEL. 

Now let*s set up an actual 4-step envelope as shown 

in Fig. 12. 



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This pitch maintained 
/while key is pressed. 



L2-SUSTAIN 
POINT 




KEY 

OFF END 

POINT 





Jimi 


SmEP^2 


STEP,3 


^.STEF.4 


^:pATf^^. 


99 


72 


60 


20 


W^M 


99 


66 


24 


00 


%^JEmi 


*** 


BUS 


*** 


END 



-Time 



® When the ENV key of the DCO 1 or DCO 2 is 
pressed, the following appears on the LCD. 



® Use the PAGE UP key to advance to STEP 2. After 
ensuring the STEP 2 is displayed, follow the same 
procedures outlined for STEP 1 to set the RATE to 
72 and the LEVEL to 66. 



PITCH STEP2 =+=++• 
RflTE=72 LEUEL=66 



(D Press the ENV POINT SUSTAIN key to designate 
STEP 2 as a SUSTAIN POINT. 

SUSTAIN POINT 



PITCH STEP2 SUS 
RflTE=72 LEUEL=6!S 



(6) Use the PAGE UP key to advance to STEP 3 and 
set the RATE to 60 and the LEVEL to 24. 




PITCH STEP3 +++ 
RRTE=60 LEi...iEL=24 



SUS will be displayed if the displayed STEP is a sustain point. 
END will be displayed if it is an end point. 



Pitch envelope STEP 1 selected. 

4- 



PITCH STEPl ++=■ 

Rf\JE=rn,m. LEUEL=«'«^' 



/ 00^/^1/772^99 \ 

KoO^ninz ^99 / 



Destination level of step 1. 



Rate of step 1 , 



® Use the VALUE key to raise the RATE value to 
99. 



PITCH STEPl +++ 
RflTE=92 lBJEL^n,n. 



® Use either one of the CURSOR keys to nnove the 
cursor under the LEVEL value. Use the H VALUE 
key to raise the LEVEL value to 99. This connpietes 
the setting of STEP 1. 



PITCH STEPl +++ 
RHTE=99 LEUEL=92 



(7) Use the PAGE UP key to advance to STEP 4 and 
set the RATE to 20. Then press the ENV POINT 
END key to set the END POINT, and the LEVEL will 
automatically be set to 00. 

*lt is not necessary to press the END key if the END 
POINT is already set. 

END POINT 



PITCH STEP4 END 
RflTE=20 LEUEL=00 



LEVEL of the last step is 00. 



•Even if the PAGE UP key is pressed, it will be 
Impossible to advance from the present step if 
END POINT is specified. In this case, press the 
ENV POINT END key again to cancel the END 
point and then press the PAGE UP key. If an 
END point is cancelled within STEP 1 through 
7, an END POINT is automatically designated 
in STEP 8 and previously set data is automati- 
cally restored. 

•The LEVEL for a STEP that includes an END 
POINT is fixed as GO and cannot be changed. 

•When a SUSTAIN POINT is designated in a 
STEP, SUSTAIN POINTS which are set in other 
STEPS are cancelled. 



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SRATE/LEVEL NUMERICIA»VLJUES 



RATE 

The RATE indicates the slope (interior angle in 
relation to horizontal) of each step in the enve- 
lope. R = 99 indicates nearly 90*^ while R = 
indicates nearly 0°. Since the value used is an 
absolute value, the slope increases and 
decreases in direct proportion with the value of 
R, regardless of whether the pattern shows a rise 
or fall. This means that a steep incline results in 
a quick level change while a gentle incline results 
in a slow level change. 



R2-99 ,/Vr2- 

\ 



LEVEL 




Ri=66 



TIME 



Ri==99 



LEVEL 

The LEVEL indicates up to what point each step 
rises or falls (destination level), and the range is 
from 00 through 99. For the DCO envelope, 
LEVEL means the pitch height, and a value of 00 
is the pitch of a pressed key. For the DCW enve- 
lope, L = 99 results in a basic waveform. For the 
DCA envelope, LEVEL means the volume. 




':,#■ 



1^9 DCW^DIGITALilCONTROLLED yVWVE) 




DCW corresponds to the VCF of an analog synthesizer, and is comprised of KEY FOLLOW for control of the wave- 
form corresponding to the keyboard range, and ENV (wave envelope). The dual system line provides an indepen- 
dent DCO 1 and DCO 2 which can be used as desired. 



•KEY FOLLOW/DCW 

This parameter applies a different change in the DCW 
envelope level in accordance with the pitch of the key 
played. The DCW 1 and DCW 2 KEY FOLLOW keys 
are used to independently set each key follow. 
Key follow can be set to levels ranging from through 
9. The higher the note played, the closer, the waveform 
comes to being a sine (cosine) wave. (See Fig. 13.) 




9 A A cjinft wave 
Key follow (DCW) for saw-tooth pattern basic waveform. 





The LCD appears as in Fig. 14 when the DCW KEY 
FOLLOW key is pressed. 

(Fig- 14) 




KEV FOLLOU 
unUE RHNGE=2! 



(0^n^9) 



The VALUE keys in the Data Entry Section are used 
to set the RANGE value within a range of through 
9. The greater the RANGE value the greater the wave- 
form level variance (timbre change rate) in the upper 
registers. A setting of 9 represents the maximum 
variance. 



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•DCW (WAVE) ENVELOPE 

This parameter controls the timbre (waveform) change 
over time, and the DCW 1 and DCW 2 ENV keys are 
used to independently set the timbre envelopes. The 
timbre envelope is used to set the timbre (waveform) 
change over time for a pressed key in accordance with 
the RATE (slope) and LEVEL (destination level). Set- 
tings can be made to a maximum of 8 steps. 

(Fig. 15) WAVE FORM 1 (Saw-tooth) 



LEVEL 

Basic 

waveform inN --99 




This timbre 
(waveform) sus- 
tained while key 
is depressed. 



Time 





^^^ 




I^ 




75 


60 


60 


Hiura:^: 


99 


50 


00 


'^St^;:END3 


*** 


sus 


END 



The LCD appears as in Fig. 19 when the DCW 1 or 
DCW 2 ENV key is ON. 



(Fig. 17) 



SUS will be displayed here if the dis- 
played STEP is a sustain point. END 
will be displayed if it is an end point. 



Wave envelope STEP 1 \s selected. 



WflUE STEPl +++ 



Rate of STEP 1. 

Destination level of STEP 1. 

* Operational procedures are identical to those previ- 
ously explained for the DCO envelope (page 25). Data 
is set using the VALUE, CURSOR, PAGE UP/PAGE 
DOWN and ENV POINT SUSTAIN/END keys. 



^iowrtime 




Ptt^ned^ 



^^^mmm.mm 






(Fig. 16) WAVE FORM 7 (RESONANCE II) 



Basic 
waveform 



Sine 




Time 





w& 


SfEP'2 


STEPiS 


W^ 


iregs 


Mb^iB 


90 


75 


45 


90 


30 


^ife^!l» 


99 


66 


50 


20 


00 


^SOiB^ENpl 


• ♦♦ 


«*« 


sus 


«** 


END 



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iioiiiiii(ir@iiiii^iiRirai 




DCA corresponds to the VGA of an analog synthesizer and independent volume envelopes can be set using the 
DCA 1 and DCA 2 ENV keys. 



•KEY FOLLOW/DCA 

This is the parameter that applies a variance to the DCA 
envelope in accordance with the pitch of the key played. 
The DCA 1 and DCA 2 KEY FOLLOW keys are used 
to independently set each key follow. 
The higher the note played, the shorter the time of the 
volume envelope. 



(Fig. 18) 



RANGE 

2 Volume 

3 envelope 
5 (DCA) 




^ 



Time becomes shorter. 



liMlilif 



The LCD appears as in Fig. 19 when the DCA KEY 
FOLLOW key is pressed. 



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(Fig. 19) 



KEV FOLLUM 
RMP RflHGE^n 



(0 s n ^ 9) 



•DCA (AMP) ENVELOPE 

This is the parameter that controls volume change over 
time, and the DCA 1 and DCA 2 ENV keys are used 
to independently set the volume of the envelopes. The 
volume change over time of a pressed key is set in ac- 
cordance with the RATE (slope) and LEVEL (destina- 
tion level). Settings can be made to a maximum of 8 
steps. 



(Fig. 20) Piano amp envelope 
Volume 




KEY 
OFF 



I t 

SUSTAIN END 

POINT POINT 



Time 





W^u 


,^|2: 


STEPla 


"fra^ 


^^ 


•silp^ 


99 


35 


20 


25 


55 


!||"tE5E&:^- 


99 


80 


70 


00 


00 


m^mi^ 


*«« 


«** 


♦•* 


sus 


END 



MThis is an example of a piano envelope wherejhe^ 




The LCD appears as In Fig. 21 when the DCA 1 or DCA 
2 ENV key is ON. 

(Fig. 21) 



The VALUE keys are used to set the RANGE value 
within a range of through 9. The greater the RANGE 
value the greater the time variance in the upper 
registers. A setting of 9 represents the largest variance. 




-28" 



Amp envelope STEP 1 
is selected. 



SUS will be displayed here If the dis- 
played STEP is a sustain point. END 
will be displayed if it is an end point. 



Operational procedures are identical to those previous- 
ly explained for the DCO envelope (page 25). Data is 
set using the VALUE, CURSOR, ENV STEP and ENV 
POINT SUSTAIN/END keys. 







Rate of STEP 1 . Destination level of STEP 1 . 




Velocity is a parameter that controls volume, timbre and pitch in accordance with the pressure (initial touch) applied 
to the keys on the keyboard. There are three types of velocity forming a system which changes the all envelope levels. 



(D AMP VELOCITY 

Changes the levels of each step of the volume enve- 
lope in accordance with the pressure applied. 



(Fig. 22) 



(2) WAVE VELOCITY 

Changes the levels of each step of the timbre envelope 
in accordance with the pressure applied. 

(3) PITCH VELOCITY 

Change the levels of each step of the pitch envelope 
in accordance with the pressure applied. 

The three types of velocity for LINE 1 and LINE 2 are 
set independently by the VELOCITY key. The degree 
of change for the envelopes in accordance with key 
touch pressure can be set to one of 15 levels. The 
preset envelope level specified for DCA, DCW and 
DCO is reached when key pressure is at its maximum. 
Each envelope level is progressively lowered as key- 
touch pressure becomes weaker (see Fig. 22). The 
greater the velocity degree setting, the greater the 
change caused by different key touch pressure. 







15 steps max. 


LEVEL 


?"* 


Ip /V 




F 


N. 7 / ^^ 




-TT^/ \ 



Light touch -^- 



Initial touch 



►- Strong touch 




•AMP VELOCITY 

Increases volume as key touch pressure becomes 
stronger and decreases volume when key touch is 
weaker. The LCD appears as illustrated in Fig. 23 when 
the VELOCITY key for LINE 1 or LINE 2 in the 
PARAMETER SECTION is ON. 



29- 



(Fig. 23) 



AMP VELOCITY (OO^A, /2^15) 



UELOCITV nMP=^.£,^ 



Cursor 



The AMP VELOCITY can be set to a value within the 
range of 00 through 15 using the VALUE 00 keys 
in the data entry section. A value of 00 results in a fixed 
volume* regardless of the key touch pressure. The 
difference in volume caused by key touch pressure be- 
comes greater as the value increases, with the greatest 
difference being caused by a value of 15. 
*Amp envelope set by DCA. 



(Fig. 24) Relation between AMP VELOCITY and AMP 
ENVELOPE 



(Fig. 26) Relation between WAVE VELOCITY and 
WAVE ENVELOPE 



LEVEL 



Stronger pressure 




ENV. 



iSi 



WAVE VELOOTY 



•PITCH VELOCITY 

Increases change in pitch as key touch pressure be- 
comes stronger and decreases change in pitch when 
key touch is weaker. The LCD appears as illustrated 
in Fig. 27 when the VELOCITY key for LINE 1 or LINE 
2 in the PARAMETER SECTION is ON, and the cur- 
sor is moved to the PITCH VELOCITY values using the 
CURSOR Sa keys. 



Stronger pressure 




ENV. 
ENV. 



AMP. VELOCITY 



(Fig. 27) 



•WAVE VELOCITY 

Increases high harmonic components as key touch 
pressure becomes stronger and decreases high har- 
monic components when key touch is weaker. The LCD 
appears as illustrated in Fig. 25 when the VELOCITY 
key for LINE 1 or LINE 2 in the PARAMETER SECTION 
is ON, and the cursor is moved to the WAVE VELOCI- 
TY values using the CURSOR Eg keys. 



UELOCITV flMP=£.«. 



' — Cursor 
PITCH VELOCITY (00 ^/ii /72^15) 



The PITCH VELOCITY can be set to a value within the 
range of 00 through 15 using the VALUE SH keys 
in the data entry section. A value of 00 results in a fixed 
pitch regardless of the key touch pressure. The differ- 
ence in pitch caused by key touch pressure becomes 
greater as the value increases, with the greatest differ- 
ence being caused by a value of 15. 
* Pitch envelope set by DCO. 



(Fig, 25) 



UELOCITV flNF"^^«. 

CI 



Cursor 
WAVE VELOCITY {OO^mi, wj^lS) 



The WAVE VELOCITY can be set to a value within the 
range of 00 through 15 using the VALUE 00 keys 
in the data entry section. A value of 00 results in a fixed 
timbre regardless of the key touch pressure. The differ- 
ence in timbre caused by key touch pressure becomes 
greater as the value increases, with the greatest differ- 
ence being caused by a value of 15. 
*Wave envelope set by DCW. 



(Fig. 28) Relation between PITCH VELOCITY and 
PITCH ENVELOPE 



ENV. 



LEVEL 



Stronger pressure /V.^ 




Weaker pressure 



i^ 



PITCH VELOOTY 



:i;This completes the explanation of the DCO, DCW>| 
^land pCA blocks/I^The :rnost important 'point to^ 
^^romemberjs that these three blocks Interact wlth^ 
^^ each other to forr^ tone,^^^^v i^i vBif^ 

Actual tone creation examples are given in the ^6 
V SOUND DAT7\ book; {^in^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ 



30- 




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VIBRATO and OCTAVE are parameters which are dependent upon the DCO tone control. VIBRATO sets the vibrato 
effect, while OCTAVE sets the octave shift. 



•VIBRATO 

VIBRATO corresponds to the LFO of an analog syn- 
thesizer, and it oscillates the low frequencies of the 
DCO to apply a vibrato effect. This key is used to set 
4 parameters: WAVE, DELAY, RATE and DEPTH. 
The LCD appears as in Fig. 29 when the VIBRATO key 
is pressed. 



-^?^- Indicator lights 

I VWfUTD 



(3) RATE is the parameter that sets the period (speed) 
of the vibrato. RATE is set to a value in the range 
of 00 through 99 using the VALUE keys after the cur- 
sor is moved to the proper position with the 
CURSOR keys. The larger the value, the faster the 
vibrato. 



© DEPTH is the parameter that sets the depth of the 
vibrato. DEPTH is set to a value in the range of 00 
through 99 using the VALUE keys after the cursor 
is moved to the proper position with the CURSOR 
keys. The larger the value, the deeper the vibrato. 



(Fig- 29) 



Cursor 



yflUE=2 



dm —I 



DELRV=i; 



RRTE=30 [:-EPTH=45 



® WAVE is the parameter that selects the vibrato 
waveform, and is set to a value in the range of 1 
through 4 using the VALUE keys. The 4 waveforms 
are as follows: 



Wave 1 



Wave 2 



Wave 3 



Wave 4 



TRIANGLE 



SAW UP 



SAW DOWN 



m 



SQUARE 



@ DELAY is the parameter that sets the time from 
when a key is pressed until the point at which vibrato 
is applied. DELAY is set to a value in the range of 
00 through 99 using the VALUE keys after the cur- 
sor is moved to the proper position with the 
CURSOR keys. The larger the value, the later vibra- 
to is applied. 



•OCTAVE 

This parameter is used to raise and lower pitch by one 
octave, and each timbre can be set to a suitable pitch. 

The LCD appears as in Fig. 30 when the OCTAVE key 
is ON. 



(Fig, 30) 



— czt — 





The VALUE keys in the Data Entry Section are used 
to set the OCTAVE RANGE to a value of + 1 (one oc- 
tave up), or - 1 (one octave down). 
*The initial data settings for each preset and internal 

memory tone also include an OCTAVE RANGE 

setting. 



-31" 



airatiDEniiNEaBis 




DETUNE and LINE SELECT play very important roles in the tone creation capabilities of the CZ-1 . The parameters 
make it possible to combine tones created on LINE 1 with those on LINE 2. to detune the pitches between the two 
lines for mellower sound, and to apply other subtle nuances to tones. 



•DETUNE 

The pitch between different tones in DCO 1 and DCO 
2 can be detuned, the DCO 2 tone pitch only can be 
detuned, or a DCO 1 with detuned pitch can be used 
in combination with a pitch that has not been detuned 
for the creation of a chorus effect. The result of a de- 
tuned Line Q] DCO is referred to as III . while that of 
a detuned Line [H DCO is \Zl . 
The LCD appears as in Fig. 31 when the DETUNE key 
is ON. (The cursor is located below the OCT value.) 



(Fig. 31) 



Determines whether pitch Is detuned 
upward ( + ) or downward (-). 

Pitch is detuned in 
1 octave units (0-3). 




DETUNE ( + ) Cir:T=2 
NOTE=03 FINE=4S 



Pitch is detuned 
in 1/60 halftones. 

Pitch is detuned In halftone units (100 cents). 



(2) Detuning in 1 octave units 

Move the cursor under the OCT value and use the 
VALUE keys to change the value within a range of 
through 3. The pitch can be raised or lowered up to 3 
octaves in one octave units. 

(3) Detuning in half tone (100 cents) 
units 

Move the cursor under the NOTE value and use the 
VALUE keys to change the value within a range of 
through 11. The pitch can be raised or lowered up to 
11 (100 cents). 

® Fine detune 

Move the cursor under the FINE value and use the 
VALUE keys to change the value within a range of 
through 60. The pitch can be raised or lowered up to 
1/60 half tones (approximately 1.7 cents). 
* Using data ® through ® in combination makes it pos- 
sible to detune within a range of ± 4 octaves. If OCT, 
NOTE and FINE are all set to 0, LINE H] = LINE m 
and LINE E] = LINE (2 . 



pThe foljowfng%perationf 

^MLIneiilPe 




Btunlncr. 



m 




(D Determining the detune direction 
(up/down) 

Use the CURSOR keys to move the cursor under the 
( + /-) indicator and the VALUE keys to change be- 
tween plus and minus. Set to + to raise pitch and to 
- to lower pitch. 

-32- 



•LINE SELECT 

This function makes it possible to select the best line 
combination for the type of sound being produced. The 
data settings for each preset and internal memory tone 
also include LINE settings. 

The line setting changes in the following order each 
time the LINE SELECT key is pressed: 



JC 




"ialt^fm*^ 



•Line select m 

16-note polyphonic for creation of simple sounds. 

•Line select [2] 

16-note polyphonic for monitoring LINE H during ffl 
-f- [2 tone creation. 

•Line select [U + [z 

8-note polyphonic for creating sounds with complex 
harmonics structures. Same asffl+H when all detune 
values (OCT, NOTE, FINE) are set to 0. 



•Line select Q] + [r 

8-note polyphonic for ensemble and chorus effects. 
Same as [f] + Q] when all detune values (OCT, NOTE, 
FINE) are set to 0. 



*When more than 8 keys are pressed in 8-note poly- 
phonic, the most recently pressed keys are usually 
given priority. 




HiMlR^N^n^iSnil 




•RING MODULATION 

Pressing the RING key causes an indicator to light 
above the key and LINE \S\ and LINE El output is ring 
modulated by LINE (H . Pressing the RING key again 
will turn the function OFF. Ring modulation is only pos- 
sible when LINE SELECT is set to H] + (2 or Q] + (H . 
Ring modulation is used when creating bell-type 
sounds. 



•NOISE MODULATION 

Pressing the NOISE key causes an indicator to light 
above the key and LINE ffl or LINE (2 output is modu- 
lated by noise. Pressing the NOISE key again will turn 
the function OFF. Noise modulation is only possible 
when LINE SELECT is set to Q] + E or Q] + Q] . 
Noise modulation is used when creating wind or per- 
cussion sounds. 



-IWOOULATION- 




*The RING and NOISE keys mutually cancel each 
other. 







This parameter makes it possible to write names up to 16 characters long for tones. 



Pressing the NAME key causes an indicator to light 
above the key to indicate that this function is ON. At 
this time, a cursor will appear on the left side of the 
LCD on the tone name line (see Fig. 32), indicating that 
a new name can be written for the tone. 




+INTERNHL+ fl-1 
BRASS 1 



Cursor 



The cursor is moved to the input position on the line 
using the CURSOR SE keys in the DATA ENTRY 
SECTION. Actual writing of the tone name is performed 
using the MEMORY BANK key (A^H) and the 
MEMORY NO. keys (1--8) in the PROGRAMMER 
SECTION. 

Each key is assigned two or three characters, and the 
character written depends upon how many times the 
key is pressed. The following letters, numbers and sym- 
bols can be input: 

® 26 alphabetic characters (A-Z) 

©Numbers (0--9) 

(3) Symbols (period, hyphen, slash, space) 

-33- 



(EXAMPLE 1) 

BANK \E key 

1st press -*' A 
2nd press -* I 
3rd press -^ Q 
4th press -► A 





^P^jH A 


1 


Q 


^^pp B 


J 


R 


l^^y c 


K 


S 


^^mi ^ 


L 


T 


^^^ E 


M 


U 


PpH F 


N 


V 


^^H ^ 





w 


B^S H 


P 


X 



(EXAMPLE 2) 

MEMORY \5l key 
1st press -*' 5 
2nd press -* • 
3rd press -► 5 










1 


Y 




2 


Z 




3 


9 


^MMm 


4 





I^^Ej 


5 


• 




6 


— 




7 


/ 




8 


(BLANK) 




Waveform, envelope and velocity data can be copied between the DCO, DCW and DCA parameters of the two lines. 



While holding down the PARAMETER COPY key, 
press the key for the parameter which is the origin of 
the data. Then, still holding down the PARAMETER 
COPY key, press the key for the parameter which is 
the destination of the data. 

(EXAMPLE) 

Copy DCA1 ENVELOPE data to the DCA2 parameter. 

® Press (and hold down) the PARAMETER COPY key 
and the display should appear as illustrated in Fig. 
33. 

(Fig. 33) 



(Fig. 34) 




SELECT 



::ripv 

PfiRRMETER 



Hold down 

(D While holding down the PARA1V1ETER COPY key, 
press the DCA1 ENVELOPE key followed by the 
DCA2 ENVELOPE key. At this time, the LCD should 
show STEP 1 of the DCA2 ENVELOPE indicating 
that copying is complete (Fig. 34). 



Copy 




Hold down 



AMP STEPl +=+=+ 
RflTE=S2 LEUEL=99 



The procedure outlined above copies all of the data 

DCA1 ENVELOPE data to the DCA2 ENVELOPE 

parameter. Of course, reversing the procedure in step 

2 would result in data being copied from DCA2 to 

DCA1. 

The following lists the data that can be copied between 

the two lines. 



LINE 1 

WAVE FORM 
ENVELOPE (DCO) 
KEY FOLLOW (DCW) 
ENVELOPE (DCW) 
KEY FOLLOW (DCA) 
ENVELOPE (DCA) 
LEVEL 
VELOCITY 



COPY LINE 2 

<- WAVE FORM 

** ENVELOPE (DCO) 

«• KEY FOLLOW (DCW) 

♦^ ENVELOPE (DCW) 

♦^ KEY FOLLOW (DCA) 

^ ENVELOPE (DCA) 

^ LEVEL 

^ VELOCITY 



-34- 




This function returns parameters to their initial settings. The key that corresponds to the parameter to be initialized 
is pressed while the INITIALIZE key is held down. The LCD will then show the initialized status of the selected 
parameter. 



(EXAMPLE 1) 

Initializing VIBRATO 

® Press and hold 
down the 
INITIALIZE key. 



(5) Simultaneously 
press the VIBRATO 
key. 



IvntuuzeI 





URUE=i DELRV=00 
RflTE=50 DEPTH=00 



(EXAMPLE 2) 

Initializing DCA1 

® Press and hold 
down the 
INITIALIZE key. 



(D Simultaneously 
press the DCA1 
ENV key. 



iMTnAUZI 




£10- 




AMP STEPl SUS 
RhTE=99 LEUEL==99 



i^PARAMEJER^ 



liNiTiAUZEP^ALUES^^^^ 



LpCTAVE^i 






PnCHgENVELdPE 

^' 




WAVE = 1, DELAY = 00, RATE = 50 
DEPTH =00 



RANGE=+0 



FIRST =1 
SECOND =0 





STEP1 


STEP1-7 


STEP8 


RATE 


50 


50 


50 


LEVEL 


00 


00 


00 


ENV POINT 


SUS 


... 


END 



RANGE =0 





STEP1 


STEPl -7 


STEPS 


RATE 


99 


50 


50 


LEVEL 


99 


00 


00 


ENV POINT 


SUS 


* • » 


END 



RANGE =0 





STEP1 


STEPl ^2 


STEPS 


RATE 


99 


50 


50 


LEVEL 


99 


00 


00 


ENV POINT 


SUS 


••• 


END 



LEVEL =15 



AMP = 00, WAVE = 00, PITCH = 00 



( + ), OCTAVE = 0, NOTE = 00, FINE = 00 



*Data is initialized to values that are the most con- 
venient for the creation of new tones (00, 99 or, 
midpoint). 

*NAME cannot be initialized. 




The following table shows the initialized values for each 
parameter: 



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PlliCOMF^Ri@iE<i|ffil| 




The tone most recently created using the PARAMETER SECTION is temporarily stored in the COMPARE/RECALL 
area of the PROGRAMMER SECTION. An independent COMPARE/RECALL area capable of holding a single tone 
exists in the normal mode. The moment data are modified using the PARAMETER SECTION, all parameter data 
for the resulting tone enter this area where it remains until another tone is created. 



The tone stored in the COMPARE/RECALL area is 
called when the COMPARE/RECALL key in the 
PROGRAMMER SECTION is ON (indicator above the 
key is lit). 



■ Indicator lit 
(Most recent tone data called). 




Changing any parameter data for a tone recalled from 
the preset, internal or cartridge tones causes the 
COMPARE/RECALL key to automatically switch ON 
and the data for the tone to be stored in memory. 
Switching the COMPARE/RECALL key OFF at this time 
recalls the data for the original (unmodified) tone. In 
this way, the original tone can be compared with the 



modified tone by switching the COMPARE/RECALL 
key ON and OFF. 




- Indicator OFF 
(Original tone data recalled). 



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i^he%ofe^ny^e 1^ 



IWRITEM>eiit^t^ 



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SmH 



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WRITE is used to store newly created tone data in the internal bank or cartridge area, SAVE is used to collectively 
store all internal bank tone data to a RAM cartridge, and LOAD is used to reload data to the internal bank from car- 
tridge or tape. 



MEMORY PROTECT FUNCTION 



The function protects against inadvertently eras- 
ing valuable tone data from memory. LOAD from 
external memory sources and WRITE operations 
cannot be performed when the PROTECT switch 
on the back panel of the CZ-1 is ON. 



•The PROTECT switch should only be set 
to the OFF position during WRITE and 
LOAD operations. Keep the switch in the 
ON position for normal use and SAVE 



PROTECT 

OFF OH 

t 



operations. 



Usually left ON. 



•WRITE 

We *'WRITE" altered or newly created tones when we 
store them to the internal bank or a cartridge. Data al- 
tered in the Parameter Section are temporarily stored 
after alteration in the COMPARE/RECALL area. Notice 
this is temporary. Data stored in the COMPARE/ 
RECALL area will be erased the instant other data are 
altered. 

Therefore, it is necessary to WRITE important tone data 
from the COMPARE/RECALL area to memory. 



36 



Before beginning WRITE operations, confirm the COM- 
PARE/RECALL key is ON. 



*This display indicates that WRITE operations are com- 
plete, so the WRITE key can be released. INTERNAL 
D-5 will appear on the LCD. 




® Set the PROTECT switch on the back panel of the 
unit to the OFF position. 

*The following will appear on the LCD when the WRITE 
key is pressed while the PROTECT switch is left ON. 




(2) Press the MEMORY BANK (A-^H) and MEMORY 
NO. (1 -8) keys to specify the destination memory 
bank while holding down the WRITE key (write to 
internal bank). To write to a cartridge, press and hold 
down the WRITE key, switch the CARTRIDGE key 
ON, and then press the MEMORY BANK and 
MEMORY NO. keys. 



(3) Return the PROTECT switch to the ON position. 



^y\ftie after callirS it in^the^ 

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w: 



?merndfyarea^^Thfe makes ^^^ 
Irenes from one jriemonjr number ito another. >#^^ 
llfAlwayr^^ 

^pms^ing ¥^1^ keyboard keysriri the riv^^ 
1^; area 10 jvhich data h been wntten, /l^^^v £ 

*The^is;play will appear as illustrated below i^ 
^the WRITE key is pressed if an attempf is tiflMei 
"Is 



Jmthis case^toad a RAM cartridge _ 
Ithemattempt to write Jhe data againi^^fe^%.> 




(Example) WRITE to internal bank D-5 




HOLDING DOWN THE WRITE KEY 
4r 



\ I 





'When the WRITE key is pressed, all indicators in the 
Programmer Section go out and the following is dis- 
played in the LCD: 




* Press first MEMORY bank key D and then Memory 
No. key 5. Indicators will light above the respective 
keys and the following will appear on the LCD: 




•SAVE/LOAD 

Each WRITE operation to the internal bank requires the 
deletion of one of the tones already stored. The use 
of an optional RAM cartridge (RA-6) makes it possible 
to save the 64 tones for storage until they are needed, 
thus freeing the internal bank for the storage of addi- 
tional data. Necessary tone data can later be loaded 
from a RAM cartridge (or ROM cartridge) into the in- 
ternal bank of the CZ-1. 



, ans^^^- 
ji^^^-^^^ii^^e^^^^- 
'nemorles 




iSAVE/LOADyNdte also that thei-GADope^loi 
Conly Js possl^ wl1;^ optional RpM^cartrid^s 



^:-7i^':- 



(1) CARTRIDGE LOADING 

Load a RAM cartridge (optional RA-6) or ROM cartridge 
(optional) into the cartridge slot on the rear panel of the 
CZ-1 as shown in Fig. 35. The cartridge should be in- 
serted straight into the slot with the cartridge connec- 
tors facing the keyboard. 



-37- 



(Fig. 35) 

Cartridge slot 
CZ-1 rear panel 




RAM cartridge RA-6 (optional) or 
ROM cartridge (optional) 



(2) SAVE 

© Correctly load a cartridge into the unit (see Fig. 35). 



(2) Set the PROTECT switch on the rear panel of the 
unit to OFF. 

*The LCD will appear as illustrated below and SAVE 
operations are impossible (memory protect function) 
if the PROTECT switch is left in the ON position. 



PROTECT SiJITCH 
+ ON + 



(D Press the CARTRIDGE/MIDI key. 



e 



CARTRIDGE 
SflUE OR LORD 



Press the SAVE key (VALUE key) in the DATA 
ENTRY SECTION. 




EH]' 

SAVe LOAD 



SHOE CARTRIDGE 



I t 



/N)? 



(5) The internal 64 tones are saved when the YES key 
is the DATA ENTRY section is pressed. 



MO Vf t \ \ \ 



SAUE CARTRIDGE 
OK ! 



*Save operations are complete when *OK!" appears 

on the display. 
* Switch the PROTECT switch back to the ON position 

when SAVE operations are complete. 

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es) LOAD 

© Correctly load a cartridge into the unit (see Fig. 35). 

(D Set the PROTECT switch on the rear panel of the 

unit to OFF. 
*LOAD operations are impossible if the PROTECT 
switch is left in the ON position. 

(3) Press the CARTRIDGE/MIDI key. 

@ Press the LOAD key (VALUE H key) in the DATA 
ENTRY SECTION. 



Q 



SAVE LOAD 




LOAD CARTRIDGE 



\ ! 



•H)? 



(5) The internal 64 tones contained in the cartridge are 
loaded to the internal bank when the YES key in the 
DATA ENTRY section is pressed. 



LOAD CARTRIDGE 
OK ! 



*Load operations are complete when "OK!" appears 

on the display. 
*Switch the PROTECT switch back to the ON position 

when LOAD operations are complete. 



moTE^iMmmm^ 



•The following message will appear on the LCD if 
SAVE/LOAD operations are attempted when a car- 
tridge is not loaded or if it is improperly loaded. 



NOT READS' 

INSERT CARTRIDGE 



If such messages should appear, reinsert the car- 
tridge as far as it will go and reattempt SAVE/LOAD 
procedures. 

•The optional RA-6 RAM cartridges are equipped 
with a built-in lithium battery that will preserve con- 
tents for approximately 1 year (longer if the RAM 
cartridge is inserted in the CZ-1). If the cartridge 
is stored outside of the keyboard unit for extended 
periods, the battery should be periodically replaced 
to avoid alteration or erasure of data. (See RA-6 
OPERATION MANUAL.) 

*RAM contents are erased when the battery is 
replaced. Load the data from the cartridge to the 
keyboard before changing the battery. 



The EXCHANGE function makes it possible to swap any two of the 128 tones available in the internal bank and 
on the cartridge. 



® Set the PROTECT switch on the rear panel of the 

unit to OFF. 
* EXCHANGE operations are impossible if the PRO- 
TECT switch is left in the ON position. 

(2) Specify one of the tones to be swapped using the 
keys in the PROGRAMMER SECTION. 

(3) Press the EXCHANGE key. 

*AII indicators will go out and the display will appear 
as illustrated below while the EXCHANGE key is 
pressed. 



EXCHAMCel 



EXCHRNGE 
SELECT MEMOR 



I I 



While holding down the EXCHANGE key, specify 
the other tone to be swapped using the keys in the 
PROGRAMMER SECTION, 

* Exchange operations are complete when "OK!" ap- 
pears on the display. 



EyCHRNGE 
OK ! 



'Switch the PROTECT switch back to the ON position 
when EXCHANGE operations are complete^ 

'EXCHANGE operations are impossible while the 
COMPARE/RECALL indicator is lit. 

(EXAMPLE) — Exchanging internal D-5 with cartridge 
E-3. 

After specifying MEMORY BANK O , MEMORY NO. 
\5i . hold down the EXCHANGE key and press CAR- 
TRIDGE, MEMORY BANK U , MEMORY NO. O . 



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PART 2 



TONE MIX MODE 



^2-lfilBNEii 




With the CZ-1, two of the 128 cartridge and internal tones can be mixed for output. The volumes of the individual 
tones that make up a tone mix can be independently controlled. At this time, the keyboard becomes 4-note polyphonic. 



(1) TONE AND VOLUME LEVEL 

® Press the TONE MIX key. 

— cu — 

H 



TONE MIX 
LEUi=15 LEU2=15 

t LQursor t 



Volume level of TONE 1 
(1-15) 



Volume level of TONE 2 
(1-15) 



® Tones can be selected and the volume can be set 
for the position (LEV 1/LEV 2) at which the cursor 
is located. In the situation shown above, the cursor 
is below the level for TONE 1 , and so the tone and 
volume level can be changed. 
•Select 1 tone from the internal bank or cartridge. 
•Use the VALUE keys to set the volume level within 
a range of 1 through 15. A setting of 15 represents 
maximum volume. 

(2) Use the CURSOR key in the Data Entry Section 
to move the cursor under the LEV 2 value. Set the 
tone and volume level in the same manner as that 
outlined for LEV 1. 



(2) TONE 2 PITCH SETTING 

Changing the TONE 2 pitch within the range of ± 4 oc- 
taves makes it possible to offset the pitches of TONE 
1 and TONE 2 to produce sounds that are deeper and 
mellower. The method used to specify the data in this 
procedure is identical to that used for PARAMETER 
SECTION DETUNE. 

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The display will appear as illustrated in Fig. 1 when the 
PAGE UP key is pressed while in the TONE MIX mode. 

(Fig. 1) 

Determines whether the pitch will be 
offset upwards (+) or downwards (-). 



T0NE2 (+) i:ii::T=0 



NCiTE=e 



FIHE=00 



Pitch offset in octave units (0*3) 
Cursor 



Pitch offset in 1/60 semitones (0-60) 
Pitch offset in semitone (100<c units (0-11)) 



0+/- 

Use the CURSOR H key to move the cursor below 
the " + " (or " - ") display. Pressing the VALUE HH 
keys changes the display to " + " (for upwards offset) 
or *' - " (for downwards offset). 

(DOCT 

Use the CURSOR [►] key to move the cursor below 
the OCT value. Pressing the VALUE keys 
changes the value in the range of 0-3. 

(3) NOTE 

Use the CURSOR H key to move the cursor below 
the NOTE value. Pressing the VALUE 00 keys 
changes the value in the range of 00-11. 

0FINE 

Use the CURSOR key to move the cursor below the 

FINE value. Pressing the VALUE keys changes the 

value in the range of 00-60. 

*The data included in ®-® above makes it possible 
to set pitch within a range of ±4 octaves. The pitches 
of TONE 1 and TONE 2 are identical when OCT, NOTE 
and FINE are all set to 0. 



(3) CHORUS ON/OFF 

Chorus for each of the two mixed tones can be indepen- 
dently switched ON/OFF. 

The display will appear as illustrated in Fig. 2 when the 
PAGE UP key is pressed twice while in the TONE MIX 
mode. 

(Fig. 2) 



CHORUS 
TN1=L!N TN2=CiN 

D 



-Cursor 



TONE 1 CHORUS ON/OFF 



TONE 2 CHORUS ON/OFF 



® When the cursor is located at TONE 1 as illustrated 
in Fig. 2, the VALUE SS keys can be used to 
switch TONE 1 CHORUS ON and OFF. 

@ After moving the cursor to TONE 2 using the CUR- 
SOR B key, the VALUE SS keys can be used 
to switch TONE 2 CHORUS ON and OFF. 

*The STEREO CHORUS effect controlled by the CHO- 
RUS CONTROL in the OVERALL CONTROL SEC- 
TION is applied when CHORUS is ON. 



/OnS^ftn^EfNE-Ot 



OTiraMi 



^^fte^ in thefrbNEl 

IJyilXVmode^^ 

. ^^BjsuTd;TONE 1 is output from tenriir^ 
wfien'CHORUS islOFF for both toner ^ ^^^ "^ 



■:.^^^^; 



^*^.i,r^UNE0UT 



CHORDS ON/OFF"^ 



TONE1^0W» TONEZ^OM^. 



{TONE14tON^JONE2=OFFj 



TONEt »OFF. T0NE2=0N 



T0N£1=0FF>T0NE2^0FF ;O;,"r0NE2;^^ 






T0NEf+T0NE2^ 



TONEt+TONE? 



TONE2 



r-..^;K'i^^ 



TONEt1hTONE2^ 



T ^TONEt^^i^ 



70NEUTONE2J 



tTONEt^ 



rt'':.^- K 



iPAGElJP/DOWN I 

^PAGE UP/DOWN oper^ns i 
mode:result in of tfiree illustrated t)elbw^ 







llEai-|lfeLEy2=Q9 

tdFiE2mcKra]CT=i 

NQJE=00 ;: FINE =07 






'm§ 





MlEEiECWWERAlllMGONTROL 



One of the four effects included in the table below can be set in the TONE MIX mode. The EFFECT SECTION data 
in the TONE MIX mode is common with that of the NORMAL mode, but the PORTAMENTO ON/OFF, GLIDE ON/OFF, 
and MODULATION ON/OFF key status can be set independently in each mode. Setting of the SOLO ON/OFF key 
as well as MASTER TUNE and KEY TRANSPOSE settings are also possible with the same procedure as that used 
in the NORMAL mode. 



^ i EFFECT. I.f: 


^ff. Parameterf <EFFECT SECTION) 'fWr 


^CONTROL 


PORTAMENTO 


SWEEP -0.1/TIME- 00-99 


ON/OFF 


GLIDE 


NOTE--12' + 12nriME = 00^99 


ON/OFF 


PITCH BEND 


RANGE=0-12 


BEND WHEEL 


MOO. WHEEL 
/AFTER TOUCH 


MOD. WHEEL DEPTH -00 -99 


MOD. WHEEL 


MOO. AFTER TOUCH DEPTH = 00 -99 


Key after touch 


AMP. AFTER TOUCH RANGE -00- 15 


Key after touch 



•The four EFFECTS and SOLO ON/OFF are applied 
to both TONE 1 and TONE 2. 



The latest panel isettihgs made ini the TONE MIXf' 
mo8e«re retalhed'when another rriode Is entereci .f 
or the power of the unit Is switched OFF."SeeTf 
pArT 4 OPERATION MEMORY tor details on -^1 
saving multiple settings In memory and retalhihg 
Important torie mix settlriigs. ^ ' ' ' '* '•^>' '• 



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seDamte^OMlARSSprAM '^'^ °^ '^^. *^°/°"^' "'^ '" *°"^ '"''^'"9 *^^" ^ ^^' '° ^^^ate new sounds. Two 
separate COMPARE/RECALL areas are retained for TONE 1 and TONE 2. and all tone data settinqs are oerformed 
using the same procedure as that outlined for the NORMAL mode ^ performed 



(1) SOUND CREATION 

©Switch the TONE IV1IX key ON to enter the TONE 
MIX mode. 




(2) TONE DATA WRITE 

Tones created In the TONE MIX mode can be stored 
in the internal bank or cartridge with the same proce- 
dures as those used in the NORMAL mode (see p 36) 
Simply use the CURSOR keys to move the cur- 
sor under the desired tone and use the WRITE key to 
write the data to the internal bank or cartridge. 



TONE Ni;:< 
LEU1=15 LEU2= 

\r, 




-Cursor 

(D Use the CURSOR SS keys to move the cursor 
under the value of the timbre to be created. 



(D Use the PARAMETER section to create the desired 
sound. At this time, the indicator above the COM- 
PARE/RECALL key in the PROGRAMMER SEC- 
TION will light to indicate that the changed data is 
stored for the tone under which the cursor is located. 




The procedures for TONE DATA SAVE/LOAD 
and EXCHANGE in the NORMAL mode are iden- 
tical for the TONE MIX mode. 



-)Pv- Lights 



® The CURSOR H S keys can be used to move the 
cursor under the value of the other tone. The above 
procedures are then repeated and both tones are 
stored in separate COMPARE/RECALL areas. 



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KEY SPUT MODE 



^IKEYfiSPLniSETinNGS 



With the CZ-1, two tones can be assigned to the upper and lower ranges of the keyboard. The split point of the 
keyboard and the individual volumes of the two tones can be freely set, and effects can be set to ON and OFF. 



(1) SPLIT POINT SETTING 

Press the KEY SPLIT key in the Mode Select Section. 




SPLIT POINT = 24 



SP 

24 



LOUER 
LEU=15 



UPPER 
LEU=15 



■n 



LOWER tone level 
(1-15) 



Cursor 

UPPER tone level 
(1-15) 



Use the CURSOR keys to move the cursor to the SPLIT 
POINT value. Use the VALUE keys to set the value 
within a range of 1 through 60. This determines the split 
point. 

1 10 20 30 40 50 60 



iiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiii iiidii 



SPLIT POINT = 24 



(2) TONE AND VOLUME LEVEL 

® Use the B CURSOR key to move the cursor to the 
LOWER LEVEL value. Here, the LOWER tone and 
volume level are set. 
•Select one of the internal or cartridge tones using the 
Programmer Section. The tone selected will be play- 
able to the left of the split point. 
•The VALUE keys in the Data Entry Section are used 
to set the volume level within a range of 1 through 1 5. 
A setting of 15 represents maximum volume. 



® Use the S CURSOR key to move the cursor to the 
UPPER LEVEL value. Select the tone and set the 
volume In the same way as for the LOWER LEVEL. 

Now the keyboard is split for simultaneous, separate 
play of two tones. 



(3) SUSTAIN PEDAL ENA/DIS 

The sustain pedal effect can be applied independently 
to the UPPER and LOWER tones used in the KEY 
SPLIT mode. 

The display will appear as illustrated in Fig. 1 when the 
PAGE UP key is pressed while in the KEY SPLIT mode. 

(Fig. 1) 



SUS.PEDRL 
LCH...i=EN a UPF-EHfl 

' — Cursor ' — 



ENA/DIS 



' — ENA/DIS 



"ENA" is the abbreviation of the word "enable" which 
indicates that the pedal effect is applied, while ''DIS" 
or "disable" means that the effect is not applied. 

®When the cursor is located under the LOWER 
specification as shown in Fig. 1, the VALUE 00 
keys can be used to switch between sustain pedal 
ENA/DIS for the LOWER tone. 

(5) Moving the cursor to the UPPER specification makes 
it possible to use the VALUE SB keys to switch 
between sustain pedal ENA/DIS for the UPPER 
tone. 

*Note that UPPER and LOWER cannot both be set to 

DIS at the same time. 
"Setting LOW = DIS/UPPER = ENA causes the upper 

tone to be held when the sustain pedal is depressed. 

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(4) OCT. SHIFT 

The LOWER and UPPER octaves can each be shifted 
in octave units. 

The display will appear as illustrated in Fig. 2 when the 
PAGE UP key is pressed twice while in the KEY SPLIT 
mode. 

(F!g. 2) 



f\r^ 



if! 



i. SHIFT 
+8 UPF-+9 

' — Hiircnr I — 



-Cursor 
Raise LOWER ( + 0. +1, +2) 



Lower UPPER 
( + 0, -1, -2) 



(DWhen the cursor is located under the LOWER 
specification as shown in Fig. 2, the VALUE key 
can be used to raise the LOWER tone one octave 
(+1) or two octaves ( + 2). 

® Moving the cursor to the UPPER specification makes 
it possible to use the VALUE key to lower the 
UPPER tone one octave (- 1) or two octaves (-2). 



(5) CHORUS ON/OFF 

Chorus for each of the two split tones can be indepen- 
dently switched ON/OFF. 

The display will appear as illustrated in Fig. 3 when the 
PAGE UP key is pressed three times while in the KEY 
SPLIT mode. 

(Fig- 3) 



CHOPl Is 

Li:ii,!=i:iH i_ipF=:i:iN 



I ^Cursor 
LOWER CHORUS ON/OFF 



UPPER CHORUS 
ON/OFF 



•KEY SPLIT MODE OUTPUT i 

One of the LINE OUT outputs'ndted¥trte taBl^ 
below is produced according to the CHORUS 
ON/OFF setting when the CZ-1 is in the KEY 
SPLIT mode. UPPER tone is output from termi- 
nal A/A + B and LOWER tone is output from ter- 
minal B when CHORUS is OFF for both tones. 



^'----.,...,^^^ UNEOUT 
CHORUS olioF?-^-..^ 


A/B + B 


* b: 


LOWER = ON, UPPER = ON 


LOWER + UPPER 


LOWER + UPPER 


LOWER = ON. UPPER = OFF 


LOWER + UPPER 


LOWER 


LOWER =OFF, UPPER=ON 


UPPER 


LOWER + UPPER 


LOWERS OFF. UPPER = OFF 


UPPER 


LOWER . 



•PAGEUP/DOWN 

PAGE UP/DOWN operations in the KEY SPLIT 
mode results in one of four displays illustrated ^ 
below. • •—;■-'-■■''"•■■""• ^^■.e'i%^\ij 



SP LOUER UPPER 
30 LEU=15 LEU=R9|'= 



SUS.PEDfiL: . 
LQU=ENa 5 UPP=DIS 



f-^j 



fo 



-:"^7 



•OCT. SHIFT: r 
LQU=+i UPP=~1 



CHORUS -- 
LOy=OFE UPP=OFF 



<CiJ 



"♦PAGEUP ^PAGEDOWN 



(D When the cursor is located at LOWER as illustrated 
in Fig. 3. the VALUE keys can be used to 
switch the LOWER tone CHORUS ON and OFF. 

(2) After moving the cursor to UPPER using the CUR- 
SOR key. the VALUE SH keys can be used 
to switch the UPPER tone CHORUS ON and OFF. 

•The STEREO CHORUS effect controlled by the CHO- 
RUS CONTROL in the OVERALL CONTROL SEC- 
TION is applied when CHORUS is ON. 



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'coNfTrKmmmi 




S^he KEY ?m ifmn? ^^"^ '" *''^*^'"' ''"°'' '^" '^^ "^* '" ^^^ "^^Y SPLIT mode. The EFFECT SECTION data 
? M^n^ .?^t3.r^® '^ ''°"''"°" ""^^ *^^* °' *^^ NORMAL mode, but the PORTAMENTO ON/OFF GLIDE ON/0?P 
and MODULATION ON/OFF key status can be set independently in each mode. Setting of the rbLOON/SFFkeJ 

rn^r NORMAL m'od'e''' ^"' ''" ™'''°'^ ^^«'"^^ ^'^ ^'^^ ^^-''^'^ ^'^^ *^^ -- p'-^- asTat'uie^^ 



: EFFECT. 



PORTAMENTO 



GLIDE 



PITCH BEND 



MOD. WHEEL 
/AFTER TOUCH 



..Parameters (EFFECT SECT ION) 

SWEEP = 0.1/TIME = 00- 



-99 



NOTE= -12~+12/TIME = 00~99 



RANGE=0-12 



MOD. WHEEL DEPTH = 00 -^99 



MOD. AFTER TOUCH DEPTH = 00 -99 



AMP. AFTER TOUCH RANGE = 00~15 



CONTROL 



ON/OFF 



ON/OFF 



BEND WHEEL 



MOD. WHEEL 



Key after touch 



Key after touch 



^PORTAMENTO ON/OFF, GLIDE ON/OFF, and SOLO 
ON/OFF can be set independently for the UPPER and 
LOWER tones. PITCH BEND and MODULATION are 
applied commonly to both the UPPER and LOWER 
tones. 



The latest panel settings made In the KEY SPLfrl 
modeam retained when another mode is entered fe 
or the power of trie unit is switched OFE^See e^ 
tPART54 OPERATION MEMORY5tor)tieteil^:6ni^ 
saving multiple settings in memory and retaining^ 
important key split settings;. : ., ./ i 






sSRllnsMODEiSOUNDIGREAnOM 







seo^^rcTMtTJm^^^ '«' "^"^ °' *^*' '"°. ?"'! "'^^ '°^ '^^^ ^^^'^ '^^'^ ^^ ^^' ♦° °^«^te "ew sounds. Two 
separate COMPARE/RECALL areas are retained for the UPPER and LOWER tones, and all tone data settinas are 
performed using the same procedure as that outlined for the NORMAL mode. ^ 



(1) SOUND CREATION 

® Switch the KEY SPLIT key ON to enter the KEY 
SPLIT mode. 




SP LOUER IIPPEP 
30 LEU=15 LEi.i=l.S 

" C 



-Cursor 



©Use the CURSOR HB keys to move the cursor 
under the value of the tone to be created. 

(D Use the PARAMETER section to create the desired 
sound. At this time, the indicator above the COM- 
PARE/RECALL key in the PROGRAMMER SEC- 
TION will light to indicate that the changed data is 
stored for the tone under which the cursor is located. 



~/P~ Lights 



® The CURSOR H B keys can be used to move the 
cursor under the value of the other tone. The above 
procedures are then repeated and both tones are 
stored In separate COMPARE/RECALL areas. 

(2) TONE DATA WRITE 

Tones created in the KEY SPLIT mode can be stored 
in the internal bank or cartridge with the same proce- 
dures as those used in the NORMAL mode (see p 36). 
Simply use the CURSOR B B keys to move the cur- 
sor under the desired tone and use the WRITE key to 
write the data to the internal bank or cartridge. 




NOTE 



The procedures for TONE DATA SAVE/LOAD 
and EXCHANGE in the NORMAL mode are iden- 
tical for the KEY SPLIT mode. 



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WMW/ptkKT^ 



OPERATION MEMORY MODE 



^iOPERAriQNIMEMORy.:tayEa/IEV\^Siai^ 



Besides the internal bank used for storage of 64 tone data, the memory of the CZ-1 also includes an operation memory 
to store up to 64 sets of panel settings. This means that such panel settings of the CZ-1 as including such parameters 
as mode, tone, and effect data, as well as ON/OFF settings can be instantly switched to any stored combination 



•OPERATION DATA TABLE 

The following table shows the type of panel settings that 
can be stored for one set of operation data In one mode. 



O © : Independent setting possible for each of the 64 oper- 
ations. 

© : Independent setting possible for each tone of TONE MIX 
mode (TONE1/TONE2) and KEY SPLIT mode (UP- 
PER/LOWER). 







» 



^li^iiiiilliEiftiiii 




(1) OPERATION MEMORY MODE 

Switch ON the OPERATION MEMORY key in the 
MODE SELECT SECTION. 



\ I ^ 

— cn — 

/ I \ 



OPSMnONl 



-Lights 



•The operation memory currently set will be displayed, 

< NORMAL MODE OPERATION > 

The called operation is specified for the NORMAL mode 
when the indicators above, both the NORMAL key and 
OPERATION MEMORY key in the MODE SELECT 
SECTION, are lit as illustrated in Fig. 1. At this time, 

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the LCD will show a tone number (internal or cartridge) 
and tone name (see Fig. 2). 



(Fig. 1) 



NORMAL mode operation 




(Fig- 2) 



[-OPERATION MEMORY display 
I — I nternal tone A-4 



ZiPEM I . fl-4 

STRINGS 1 

1 



Internal tone A-4 name 



! 



<TONE MIX MODE OPERATION > 

The called operation is specified for the TONE MIX 
mode when the indicators above, both the TONE MIX 
key and OPERATION MEMORY key in the MODE 
SELECT SECTION, are lit as illustrated in Fig. 3. At 
this time, the LCD will show the two tones used in the 
tone mix. The example in Fig. 4 shows internal A-1 
(T0NE1) and internal A-6 (T0NE2), with the tone name 
displayed (BRASS 1) being that for the current cursor 
location (TONE1). 

*Each press of the CURSOR H B keys in the DATA 
ENTRY SECTION switches between the two tones 
and also switches the name at the bottom of the LCD. 

(Fig- 3) 



-TONE MIX OPERATION 



- 


N 1 ^ 


- 


— cm — 


^\ 


TONE MX 1 


KEY SPLIT 1 


^^ISSS^j 



(2) OPERATION MEMORY CALL 

64 operations are preset in the OPERATION MEMORY. 
Selection is performed using the MEMORY BANK 
(A^H) and MEMORY NO. (1^8) keys in the 
PROGRAMMER SECTION. 

MEMORY BANK keys 




MEMORY NO. keys 



Operation number 
indicators light 



(Fig. 4) 



-OPERATION MEMORY display 

-Internal tone A-1 
■Internal tone A-6 




•—Cursor 
Name of tone where cursor is located 

<KEY SPLIT MODE OPERATION > 

The called operation is specified for the KEY SPLIT 
mode when the indicators above, both the KEY SPLIT 
key and OPERATION MEMORY key in the MODE 
SELECT SECTION, are lit as illustrated in Fig. 5. At 
this time, the LCD will show the two tones used in the 
key split. The example in Fig. 6 shows internal H-3 
(LOWER) and cartridge F-6 (UPPER), with the tone 
name displayed (CONGA) being that for the current cur- 
sor location (LOWER). 

*Each press of the CURSOR H keys in the DATA 
ENTRY SECTION switches between the two tones 
and also switches the name at the bottom of the LCD. 



(Fig- 5) 



pKEY SPLIT OPERATION 



NOflMAL I TONC MX I KCV S»LIt| 



(Fig. 6) 



pOPERATION MEMORY display 

-Internal tone H-3 
-Cartridge tone F-6 




-Cursor 
Name of tone where cursor is located 



•The contents of the selected operation are shown on 
the LCD (see preceding Figs.1 -6). 

•The OPERATION MEMORY mode is entered when 
power is switched on if it was selected when power 
was switched OFF, and the last operation selected is 
called. 

•The indicators in the PROGRAMMER SECTION show 
the operation number in the OPERATION MEMORY 
mode, and tone numbers are shown on the LCD. 




(3) CARTRIDGE OPERATIONS 

Besides the operations used by the internal tones, oper- 
ations used by cartridge tones can also be stored in 
the operation memory. 



OF'EM I.fl-1 C.B-l 
BRRSS 1 



JF-EM C.E-S C.H-1 
UOICE 3 



OPEM 



C.G-8 



SVNTH.LEflD 5 



- Combination of 
internal tone and 
cartridge tone 



-Two cartridge tones 



NORMAL mode 



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The display will appear as illustrated on the right 
if an attempt is made to specify an operation num- 
ber used by a cartridge tone when a cartridge is 
not loaded in the keyboard. 



NOT REflDV 

INSERT ChRTRIDGE 



In this case, load a RAM cartridge and then at- 
tempt to specify the operation number again. 



Mmi 



ffl^BATiON iDfflTWiVRrre 






Data set in the NORMAL, TONE MIX. and KEY SPLIT modes (see OPERATION DATA TABLE, p 46) can be written 
to the operation memory. ^ ' vvniieri 



NORMAL mode [ - 



I TONE MIX mode ^ 
j KEY SPLIT mode 



OPERATION MEMORY 

(A-l-H-8) 



® Set the operation data for the selected mode. 

d) Set the PROTECT switch on the rear panel of the 
unit to OFF. 

*WRITE operations are impossible if the PROTECT 
switch is left in the ON position. 



PROTECT SUITCH 
+ ON + 



©Press the MEMORY BANK (A--H) and MEMORY 
NO. (1 --8) keys to specify the destination memory 
bank while holding down the WRITE key. 

(EXAMPLE) 

Writing to operation D-5 

*The LCD appears as illustrated below when the 
OPERATION MEMORY key is pressed while the 
WRITE key is held down. 



URITE(OPEN) 
SELECT MEMOR 



1 1 



*Pressing MEMORY BANK [D] followed by MEMORY 
NO. IS] causes the indicators above both keys to light 
and the LCD to appear as illustrated below. 



WRITE 
OK! 




MEMORY NO. 



^Release the WRITE key when "OK!' appears on the 
display to indicate that write operations are complete. 
At this time, the unit will be in the OPERATION 
MEMORY mode and the display will show operation 
D-5. 

*Switch the PROTECT switch back to the ON position 
when WRITE operations are complete. 



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During WRITE operations in the OPERATION 
MEMORY mode, the currently called operation 
can be copied as it is to another operation 
number. 



i^Siiiiiim^imioiaEic^ioNs 



7- JiH'y^-'ivv 



HJ ■ 



Operation data can be modified even if it already has been stored in memory. One procedure is used when direct 
modification in the OPERATION MEMORY mode, and another is used for other modification. 



•PROCEDURE 1 

The following can be directly set and modified in the 
OPERATION MEMORY mode. 



PORTAMENTO DATA 

PORTAMENTO ON/OFF* 

GLIDE DATA 

GLIDE ON/OFF* 

BEND RANGE 

MOD. WHEEL DEPTH 

MOD. AFTER TOUCH DEPTH 

AMP. AFTER TOUCH RANGE 

MODULATION ON/OFF 

SOLO ON/OFF* 

*The ON/OFF key and DATA ENTRY SECTION set- 
tings of these data can be modified directly in the 
OPERATION MEMORY mode. The modifications are 
only valid for the called operation only and can be per- 
formed at any time. 

*The above listed data are applied commonly to 
T0NE1 and T0NE2 for operations when TONE MIX 
contents are stored in memory. 

*The above listed data are applied independently to 
UPPER and LOWER tones for operations when KEY 
SPLIT contents are stored in memory. Data other than 
that listed is applied commonly to both tones. 

* Setting and modification of data applied independently 
to the two tones of KEY SPLIT is performed moving 
the cursor on the display. 



•PROCEDURE 2 

The following cannot be directly set or modified in the 
OPERATION MEMORY mode. 




TONE NO. (T0NE1, T0NE2) 
VOLUME LEVEL (T0NE1, T0NE2) 
TONE2 PITCH 
CHORUS ON/OFF 



TONE NO. (LOWER, UPPER) 
VOLUME LEVEL (LOWER, UPPER) 
SPLIT POINT 

SUS. PEDAL ENA/DIS (LOWER, UPPER) 
OCT. SHIFT (LOWER, UPPER) 
CHORUS ON/OFF (LOWER, UPPER) 



The following procedure can be used to modify the data 
listed above. 

© Call the operation of the data to be modified in the 
OPERATION MEMORY mode. 

©Set the PROTECT switch on the rear panel of the 
unit to OFF. 

@ Press the MODE key which is the same as that for 
the called operation while pressing the WRITE key. 



49 



(EXAMPLE) 

TONE MIX mode operation 



Lights -► Goes out 




URITE 
OK! 



*The contents of the operation data are written to the 
selected mode when **OK!" appears on the LCD, the 
OPERATION MEMORY mode is canceled, and the 
specified mode is entered. 

In the above example, the unit changes from the OPER- 
ATION MEMORY mode to the TONE MIX mode. 

® Perform data setting and/or modification. 

® Write the new data in the same number of the oper- 
ation memory. 

© Switch the PROTECT switch back to the ON posi- 
tion when WRITE operations are complete. 




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The EXCHANGE function makes it possible to swap any two of the 128 tones available in the internal bank and 



® Switch ON the OPERATION MEMORY key to enter 
the OPERATION MEMORY mode. 



©Set the PROTECT switch on the rear panel of the 
unit to OFF. 






MOtom I 



* EXCHANGE operations are impossible if the PRO- 
TECT switch is left in the ON position. 

® Specify one of the operations to be swapped using 
the keys in the PROGRAMMER SECTION. 



50 



Press the EXCHANGE key. 

*AII indicators will go out and the display will appear 
as illustrated below while the EXCHANGE key is 
pressed. 




EXCHflHGE(OPEN) 
SELECT MEMORV ! 



(D While holding down the EXCHANGE key, specify the 
other operation to be swapped using the keys in the 
PROGRAMMER SECTION. 



•Exchange operations are complete when ''OK!" ap- 
pears on the display. 



EXCHflNGE 
OK! 



* Switch the PROTECT switch back to the ON position 
when EXCHANGE operations are complete. 

(EXAMPLE) — Exchanging operation D-5 with oper- 
ation E-3. 

After specifying MEMORY BANK |Dl, MEMORY NO. 
SI , hold down the EXCHANGE key and press CAR- 
TRIDGE, MEMORY BANK E , MEMORY NO. g] . 



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MIDI 



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MIDI (MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DIGITAL INTERFACE) is a standard interface that allows the connection of two elec- 
tronic musical instruments. Data can be sent and received between the CZ-1 and another MIDI device through con- 



nection with a MIDI cable. 



<CZ-1 MIDI TERMINALS > 



MIDI 



THRU 



OUT 



IN 















OUT 




IN 


THRU 




IN 



MIDI IN Receives MIDI data from external device. 

MIDI OUT Transmits MIDI data to external device. 

MIDI THRU Transmits without modification data 

received via MIDI IN to external 
device. 



(1) STANDARD COMMUNICATION DATA 

The CZ-1 is capable of sending and receiving data which allows remote play, ensemble play and automatic play 
through connection of another MIDI instrument, personal computer, or sequencer. 



O : Indicates communication possible. 




•AFTER TOUCH data is not communicated in the MULTI CHANNEL mode outlined after. 



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(2) SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE 



These messages allow tone and operation data communication between two CZ-1 units, and receipt of various types 
of data from a personal computer. Unlike the messages in the preceding table, these are not limited to messages 
that can be communicated by all MIDI standard electronic musical instruments. 

O : Indicates communication possible. 







NORMAL 



SEND RECEIVE 



TONE MIX 



SEND. RECEIVE 



KEYSPLPT 



SEND RECEIVE 



OPERATION 

MEMORY 



SEND RECEIVE 



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(1)SEND REQUEST 1 

CZ-1 sends the tone data (for one tone) corresponding 
to the specified number when this message is received. 
This message is also sent from the CZ-1 to receive tone 
data from a CZ-5000, CZ-3000, etc. 

(2) RECEIVE REQUEST 1 

CZ-1 assigns the following tone data (for one tone) to 
the memory corresponding to the specified number 
when this message is received. This message is also 
sent from the CZ-1 when tone data are sent to a 
CZ-5000. CZ-3000, etc. through operation of the CZ-1 . 

(3) SEND REQUEST 2 

CZ-1 sends the tone data (for one tone) corresponding 
to the specified number when this message is received. 



This message is also sent from a master CZ-1 when 
tone data are received from a slave CZ-1 through oper- 
ation of the master CZ-1. 

(4) RECEIVE REQUEST 2 

CZ-1 assigns the following tone data (for one tone) to 
the memory corresponding to the specified number 
when this message is received. This message is also 
sent from a master CZ-1 when tone data are sent to 
slave CZ-1 through operation of the master CZ-1. 

(5) SEND REQUEST 3 

CZ-1 sends the operation data (for one operation) cor- 
responding to the specified number when this message 
is received. This message is also sent from a master 
CZ-1 when operation data are received from a slave 
CZ-1 through operation of the master CZ-1. 

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(6) RECEIVE REQUEST 3 

CZ-1 assigns the following operation data (for one oper- 
ation) to the memory corresponding to the specified 
number when this message is received. This message 
IS also sent from a master CZ-1 when operation data 
are sent to slave CZ-1 through operation of the master 
CZ-1 . 



(1)~(6), (16), (17), (18), (21) 

lu^,.1^!^ *^^""°* ^^ communicated in the MULT 
CHANNEL mode. 

(23) POLY 

These data can only be received in the IV1ULTI CHAN- 
NEL mode. 




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The MIDI system of the CZ-1 is composed of a POLY mode and a MULT! 



CHANNEL mode. 



(1) POLY MODE 

The LCD appears as illustrated below when the MID! 
key IS pressed in the NORMAL mode. 

r — Cursor below "Y". 



^C:H=01 



KBi::H=01-<D 
PR6=ENn-<4) 



®POLY 

Indicates POLY mode communication. 

(DKBCH = 01 (send channel) 

Indicates data sent on channel 1. This value can be 
changed using the VALUE (?) a keys after moving the 
cursor into position using the CURSOR SB keys. 

(DCH = 01 (receive channel) 

Indicates data received on channel 1. This value can 
be changed using the VALUE HE keys after mov- 
ing the cursor into position using the CURSOR RIW 
keys. ^ ^ 

®^^S.Tf!f^ fi°C® ^^*^ communication 
enable/disable) 

Indicates that tone number data and volume level can 
be communicated. This specification can be changed 
to PRG = DIS (tone number data/volume data cannot 
be communicated) using the VALUE 00 keys after 
moving the cursor into position using the CURSOR 
LUW keys. 

(2) MULTI CHANNEL MODE 
•MULTf CHANNEL MODE SETTING 

Pressing the VALUE SH keys while the cursor is at 
POLY causes the following display to be shown and 
sets the MULTI CHANNEL mode. At this time the indi- 
cator above the MIDI key will go out. 

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::H=01 



PR6=ENflKz) 



In the MULTI CHANNEL mode, any number of chan- 
nels from among the 16 (01 ~ 16) available can be 
se ected for receipt of individual tones of the polyphonic 
value (the total must be 8-note polyphonic or less). 

©MULTI 

indicates reception in the MULTI CHANNEL mode. 

(DCH = 01 (basic channel) 

Indicates that channel 1 is the basic channel. This value 
can be changed using the VALUE Sg keys after 
moving the cursor into position using the CURSOR 
HE keys. In the MULTI CHANNEL MODE, each of 
the multiple channels used are tone channels, and the 
one representative channel among these is called the 
basic channel. 

®^^S.T^it^ fi°r® ^^*^ communication 
enable/disable) 

Indicates that tone number data and volume level can 
be communicated. 

•TONE CHANNEL SETTING 

(Setting of polyphonic value and volume for each 
channel) 

Pressing the PAGE UP (or PAGE DOWN) key while the 
cursor is at MULTUauses the following display to be 
shown. 



(D-i; 



HECK C:HRHNEL=01 
P0LV=1 LEUEL=1.5f-# 



©CHECK CHANNEL = 01 

Indicates among the multiple channels (tone channel) 
used in the MULTI CHANNEL mode, (1) tone, (2) poly- 
phonic value, (3) volume level, and (4) PORTAMENTO 
ON/OFF, GLIDE ON/OFF, SOLO ON/OFF can be set 
independently for channel 01 (i.e. checks each chan- 
nel). Any channel can be changed using the VALUE 
S H keys after moving the cursor into position using 
the CURSOR SB keys. 

The settings of (1) tone and (4) PORTAMENTO 
ON/OFF, GLIDE ON/OFF, SOLO ON/OFF are changed 
by using the keys on the keyboard panel. 

(9) POLY = 1 

Sets the polyphonic value (in this case channel 1) for 
each channel. This value can be changed using the 
VALUE SB keys after moving the cursor into posi- 
tion using the CURSOR 00 keys. The total poly- 
phonic value for each channel must be eight or less. 

(S)LEVEL = 15 (volume level) 

Sets the volume level for each channel (in this case 
channel 1) within a range of 01 (minimum) to 15 
(maximum). 

NOTE: 

•Cartridge tone numbers cannot be specified in the 

MULTI CHANNEL mode. 
•SOLO automatically switches ON and the indicator 

above the SOLO key lights when a polyphonic value 

of 1 (P0LY = 1) is specified. 



•BASIC CHANNEL AND TONE 
CHANNEL 

A maximum of eight tone channels can be set in the 
MULTI CHANNEL mode (when each channel is 
POLY = 1). The channels need not be sequential, and 
any of the available channels from 01 through 16 can 
be used. For example, four tone channels can be set 
as: CH-01, CH = 03, CH = 05, CH = 07. 

One of these tone channels is selected as a basic chan- 
nel. As noted in the tables below, certain messages can 
be received via the basic channel only. 
The data controlled by these messages cannot be ap- 
plied to individual channels. Rather, these messages 
are received via the basic channel and are applied to 
all channels simultaneously. 



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•MODULATION WHEEL 


•NOTE ON /OFF 


PORTAMENTO TIME 


•PORTAMENTO ON /OFF 


'PITCH WHEEL CHANGE 


•SUSTAIN PEDAL ON/OFF 


LOCAL OFF 


•PORTAMENTO CHANGE 


MAIN VOLUME 


MONO MODE/POLY MODE 



*Also able to receive messages (SEND in the MULTI 
CHANNEL MODE (MIDI OUT) is performed by the 
currently specified tone channels.) 




BEND RANGE 

KEY TRANSPOSE 

GLIDE NOTE 

GLIDE TIME 

MOD. WHEEL DEPTH 

PORTAMENTO SWEEP 

MODULATION ON/OFF 

C2-1 MODE 

MULTI CHANNEL MODE 

ON/OFF 

T0NE2 PITCH 

SPLIT POINT 

SUS. PEDAL ENA/DIS 

OCT, SHIFT 

CHORUS ON/OFF 

POLY VALUE 2 



LEVEL 
*GLIDE ON/OFF 
POLY VALUE 1 
KEY CODE SWEEP 



*Also able to receive messages. 



In the MULTI CHANNEL mode, PITCH BENDER and 
MODULATION WHEEL are only valid for the tone chan- 
nel which is the basic channel. 

(EXAMPLE) 




Basic channel = channel 05 



Tone channel 05 



ZI 



CHECK CHRNNEL=05 
Pi:iLV=2 LEUEL=15 



When 05 is set as the basic channel, PITCH BENDER 
and MODULATION WHEEL data is communicated on 
tone channel 05. 

NOTE: 

After touch is invalid in the l^/IULTI CHANNEL mode. 



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(1) Send and receive of all MIDI messages can be disa- 
bled by switching the MIDI ON/OFF switch OFF (in- 
dicator goes out). 



"Not lit 



(2) The display illustrated below appears on the LCD 
when the PAGE UP (or PAGE DOWN) key is pressed 
after the MIDI switch. 



JVSTEM EXCLUSIUE 
TONE DflTR=EHfl 



^ Press VALUE key 



System exclusiue 

TONE DflTH=DIS 



•MIDI MESSAGE COMMUNICATION 
LIMITATIONS 

MIDI message, tone data, and operation memory 
data communication enable/disable can be con- 
trolled manually using the switches on the CZ-1. 



TONE DATA = ENA Tone data, operation memory 

data communication possible. 

TONE DATA = DIS No communication of data. 



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As illustrated below, CZ series synthesizers can interchange tone data and operation memory data. 



(1) CZ-1 ^ CZ-1 









(2) CZ-1 -.CZ-5000 







i0C2-3dob'^i. 







(3) CZ-1 ^ CZ-1 OOO/CZ-1 01 






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•1 tone data send 

•1 operation memory data send 

•PARAMETER change data send 

•64 internal tone data communication 

•64 operation memory data communication 



® 



•32 tone (E1 - H8) data of CZ-1 saved to memory bank of 

CZ-5000 
•64 tone (32 preset -h 32 memory) data of CZ-5000 loaded 

to CZ-1 internal bank (A1 ^ H8) 

•16 tone (G1 -H8) data of CZ-1 saved to internal bank of 

CZ-1000/CZ-101 
•32 tone (16 preset + 16 internal) data of CZ-1000/CZ-101 

loaded to CZ-1 internal bank (A1 -H8) 



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Master unit MIDI OUT terminal connected to SLAVE CZ-1 MIDI IN terminal. 



OUT 





CZ-1 

(MASTER) 



IN 



CZ-1 

(SLAVE) 



Both units set to NORMAL, 
TONE MIX, or KEY SPLIT 
MODE. 



Both units set to OPERA- 
TION MEMORY mode. 



Both units set to NORMAL, 
TONE MIX, or KEY SPLIT 
MODE. 



© Match master unit send channel (KBCH) and slave unit receive channel (CH). 



MASTER 



POLV 

r:H=01 



KEiCH=01 
PRG=EHH 



POLV 
CH=yl 



KBCH=01 
PR6=EHR 



SLAVE 

NOTE: Changed to POLY mode by VALUE key in MULTI CHANNEL mode 
(2)PRG = ENA for both units. 



Press the PAGE UP (or PAGE DOWN) for both units, and use the VALUE 00 keys to set TONE 
DATA = EN A. 



SVSTEM EXCLUSIUE 
TONE DflTH=DI£ 



Press VALUE key. 



iiVSTEM EXCLUSIUE 
TONE DflTfl=ENa 



Confirm that the MIDI ON/OFF indicators of both units are ON. 







Set the PROTECT switch of 
the slave unit to OFF. 



PROTECT 

OFF ON 

nr 

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Press the operation memory 

bank key (A-H) on the 

master unit that corresponds 

to the memory area which 

holds the data to be sent. 

(EXAMPLE) 

For B-3, press [g] . 




FlfTR 



Set the PROTECT switch of 
the slave unit to OFF. 



PROTECT 

OFF ON 



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Specify the number of the 
tone to be sent (A1 - H8) on 
the master unit. The indicator 
above the COMPARE/ 
RECALL key on the slave 
unit lights to indicate that the 
tone data has been trans- 
ferred to the COM- 
PARE/RECALL area. 



Set the PROTECT switch of 
the slave unit to OFF. 



PROTECT 

OFF ON 

nr 



(SLAVE) 
NOTE: 

•To transmit one tone from a 
cartridge loaded in the 
master unit, press the CAR- 
TRIDGE key on the master 
unit followed by the tone 
number specification 

.(A1*H8). 

•When the slave unit is in 
the TONE MIX or KEY 
SPLIT mode, the data for 
the tone where the cursor is 
located on the display of the 
slave is transmitted to the 
COMPARE/RECALL area. 

— END — 



Specify the number of the 
operation memory (1 -8) to 
be sent on the master unit. 
The data is sent directly to 
the specified operation 
memory bank (A1 - H8) of the 
slave unit. 
(EXAMPLE) 

Continuing from procedure 6, 
press G0 on the master unit. 



Modify parameters on the 
master unit. The indicator 
above the COMPARE/ 
RECALL key on the slave 
unit lights to indicate that the 
parameter data has been 
transferred to the COM- 
PARE/RECALL area. 



(SLAVE) 

NOTE: 

When the slave unit is in the 
TONE MIX or KEY SPLIT 
mode, the data for the tone 
where the cursor is located 
on the display of the slave is 
transmitted to the COM- 
PARE/RECALL area. 



— END — 




Data is sent to B-3 of the 
slave and the indicator lights. 

— END — 



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Connect the MIDI OUT of the master unit to 
the MIDI IN of the slave unit. 



OUT 



CZ.1 

(MASTER) 



IN 



CZ-1 
(SLAVE) 



Connect the MIDI OUT of the master unit to 
the MIDI IN of the slave unit, and the MIDI 
IN of the master unit to the MIDI OUT of the 
slave unit. 









OUT 


llN 




out| 


IN 


C2-1 

(MASTER) 




CZ-1 
(SLAVE) 



® Match the send channel (KBCH) of the master unit with the receive channel (CH) of the slave 
unit. 



MASTER 



POLV 
CH=01 



KE!i::H=01 
PRG=ENfl 



POLV 
i::H=01 



KBi::H=01 
PRG=ENR 



SLAVE 

NOTE: Changed to POLY mode by VALUE key in MULTI CHANNEL mode 
(D PRG = ENA for both units. 



Press the PAGE UP (or PAGE DOWN) for both units, and use the VALUE 0(3 keys to set 
TONE DATA = ENA. 



SYSTEM EKCLUSIUE 
TONE DRTR=DIS 



Press VALUE key. 



ss'STEM e:==:clijsiue 

TONE DRTfi=EHa 



Confirm that the iVIIDI ON/OFF indicators of both units are ON. 



Set the PROTECT switch of the slave unit to 
OFF. 

PROTECT 

OF^ OH 



Set the PROTECT switch of the master unit 
to OFF. 

PROTECT 

OFF ON 



The display illustrated appears when the CARTRIDGE/MIDI key is pressed followed by the PAGE 
UP (or PAGE DOWN) key. 



MIDI 

SRUE OR LORD 



The following display is produced when the 
SAVE key (VALUE S key) is pressed. 



SRUE MIDI DRTR 
(V/N)? 



The following display is produced when the 
LOAD key (VALUE (I) key) is pressed. 



LORD MIDI DRTR 
(V/N)? 



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The following display is produced when the 
YES key (CURSOR B key) is pressed, and 
transmission of 64 internal tone data and 64 
operation memory data to the slave unit 
begins. 



SflUE MIDI DflTH 
RUN! 



During transmission, the slave unit tone indi- 
cators light in sequence from A1 through H8. 
Transmission is complete in approximately 
32 seconds, and the next display is 
produced. 

*Transmission becomes approximately 15 
seconds if two MIDI cords are used. 



SflUE 



MIDI 
OK! 



DflTfl 



(This display produced on slave unit regard- 
less of whether transmission was successful 
or not.) 

NOTE: 

Once SAVE is complete: 

©Use the VALUE 00 keys to change the 
display in step 3 to TONE DATA = DIS for 
both units. 

® Set the PROTECT switch of the slave unit 
to ON. 

PROTECT 

OFF ON 

~\r 

NOTE: ™ 

If the following display is produced when the 
YES key (CURSOR key) is pressed, the 
master unit: 

®ls set to TONE = DIS. 

©MIDI ON/OFF key is set to OFF (indicator 
not lit). 



MIDI 

DISABLE 



The following display is produced when the 
YES key (CURSOR key) is pressed, and 
transmission of 64 internal tone data and 64 
operation memory data to the master unit 
begins. 



LOAD 



MIDI 
RUN! 



DflTfl 



During transmission, the master unit tone in- 
dicators light in sequence from A1 through 
H8. Transmission is complete in approxi- 
mately 15 seconds, and the next display is 
produced. 



LOflD 



MIDI 
OK! 



DflTfl 



(This display produced on the master unit 

when the data is received form the slave.) 

NOTE: 

Once LOAD is complete; 

® Use the VALUE 00 keys to change the 

display in step 3 to TONE DATA = DIS for 

both units. 
©Set the PROTECT switch of the master 

unit to ON. 



PROTECT 

OFF ON 



r 



NOTE: 

If the following display is produced when the 
YES key (CURSOR* B key) is pressed, the 
master unit: 

© Is set to TONE DATA = DIS 

© MIDI ON/OFF key is set to OFF (indicator 

not lit). 
© Master unit PROTECT switch is set to ON 



MIDI 
DISflBLE 



NOTE: 

The following display is produced when the 

YES ( ) key is pressed under the following 

conditions: 

© Master send channel (KBCH) does not 
match slave receive channel (CH). 

©MIDI cord not connected correctly 

©Slave TONE DATA- DIS 

©Slave MIDI ON/OFF = OFF 

® SJave keyboard or switches operated dur- 
ing data transmission. 



LOflD MIDI DflTfl 
+ERRi:iR+ 



Once the problem is identified, try again from 
the beginning. 



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MIDI SAVE/LOAD SUSPENSION 



Press the CARTRIDGE/MIDI key to suspend SAVE/ 
LOAD operations during the transmission of the 64 in- 
ternal tone data and the 64 operation memory data. The 
LCD will appear as follows to indicate that communi- 
cations have been suspended. 



(LOAD) 




SflUE MIDI DRTfl 

+ ERRnR:+: 



(2)CZ-1^CZ-5000 

The CZ-1 can communicate the following tone data when connected to a CZ-5000: 

(D32 CZ-1 tone data (El ~H8) saved to CZ-5000 l\/!EMORY BANKS (A1 ~D8). 

® 64 tone data (32 PRESET + 32 IV1EM0RY) saved to the CZ-1 internal banks (A1 ~H8). 



K®CZri^CZrS0O0 (SAVE) 



® CZ-1 i^CZ^SOCWJLOAD) 




Connect the MIDI OUT of the CZ-1 unit to 
the MIDI IN of the CZ-5000. 



Connect the MIDI OUT of the CZ-1 unit to 
the MIDI IN of the CZ-5000, and the MIDI IN 
of the CZ-1 to the MIDI OUT of the CZ-5000. 



OUT 



CZ-1 



IN 



CZ-5000 









OUT 


l>N 




IN 


I OUT 


CZ-1 




C2-5000 



® Match the send channel (KBCH) of the CZ-1 with the receive channel (CH) of the CZ-5000. 
(2) PRG = ENA for both units. 



POL^ 
CH=01 



KE!i::H=01 
PRG=ENfl 



POLS;: 
i::H=01 



KE!i::H=01 
PR8=ENfl 






CZ-1 (POLY mode) GZ-5000 (POLY mode) 

(3) Press the PAGE UP (or PAGE DOWN) for both units, and use the VALUE H keys to set 
TONE DATA = ENA. 



SVSTEM EXCLUSIUE 
TONE DflTR-DIS 



Press VALUE key. 



SVSTEM e:clusiue 

TONE DRTH=EHa 




Confirm that the MIDI ON/OFF indicators of both units are ON. 

— Lights 



\ I • 

— CD- 




Set the PROTECT switch of the CZ-5000 to 
OFF. 

PROTECT 

OFF ON 



Set the PROTECT switch of the CZ-1 unit to 
OFF. 



ir 




The display illustrated appears when the CARTRIDGE/MIDI key is pressed followed by the PAGE 
UP (or PAGE DOWN) key. 



MIDI 
SRiJE OR LOflD 



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The following display is produced when the 
SAVE key (VALUE key) is pressed. 



SflUE MIDI DRTfl 
(V/N)? 



The following display is produced when the 
YES key (CURSOR B key) of the CZ-1 is 
pressed while holding down the SUSTAIN 
key, and transmission of 32 CZ-1 internal 
tone data (E1 -H8) to the CZ-5000 unit 
begins. 



SflUE MIDI DRTfl 
RUN ! 



The following display appears when trans- 
mission is complete. 



SflUE MIDI DATA 
OK! 



NOTE: 

•Tone name data are not sent from the CZ-1 
to the CZ-5000. 

•VELOCITY data and LEVEL data are not 
sent from the CZ-1 to the CZ-5000. There- 
fore, some difference exists between the 
sound of tones produced on the CZ-1, and 
those produced on the CZ-5000 after data 
receipt. 



The following display is produced when the 
LOAD key (VALUE Q key) is pressed. 



LOAD MIDI DflTfl 



The following display is produced when the 
YES key (CURSOR key) of the CZ-1 is 
pressed while holding down the SUSTAIN 
key, and transmission of 32 CZ-5000 preset 
tone data to the CZ-1 internal bank (A1 -- H8) 
begins. 



LOAD MIDI DflTfl 
RUN ! 



The following display appears when trans- 
mission is complete. 



LORD MIDI DflTR 
OK! 



NOTE: 

•VELOCITY and LEVEL data are sent as the 
values indicated below. 



VELOCITY (DCA1 & 2). 



UELOCITV RMP=ee 
yRUE=00 PITCH=e0 



LEVEL (DCA1 & 2) 



LINE UOLUME 
LEUEL=15 



NOTE: 

When transmission is complete: 

® Change displays in step (5) to TONE DATA = DIS. 

(D Set the PROTECT switches on both units to ON. 



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(3) CZ-1^CZ-1000/CZ-101 

The following tone data can be communicated between 
the CZ-1 and a C2-1000/CZ-101. 

a) 16 CZ-1 tone data (G1 -H8) saved to the internal 
bank (1 --16) of the CZ-1000/CZ-101. 

b)32 CZ-1000/CZ-101 (16 preset + 16 internal) load- 
ed to CZ-1 internal bank. 

The relationship between the CZ-1 and 
CZ-1000/CZ-101 areas are as shown below. 



0-15 



16-31 



32-47 



48-63 




b) 



0-15 



32-47 32-47 




0-15 



16-31 



32-47 



48-63 



SAVE LOAD 

CZ-1 -^ CZ-1000/CZ-101 CZ-1000/CZ-101 -. CZ-1 

*The same tones are loaded 
to AB and CD, EF and GH 
of the CZ-1. 



The operation of a) and b) are the same as CZ-1 
^CZ-5000 tone data communications (see page 61). 



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SYSTEM INITIAUZE 



The system initialize procedure initializes all of the internal memories of the CZ-1, including internal tone data and 
operation data. 



©While the power of the unit is OFF, press and hold 
down the INITIALIZE key and switch power ON. 



SVSTEM 



ALL 
INITIRLIZE(V/H) 



® Press the YES key in the DATA ENTRY SECTION 
while holding down the INITIALIZE key. 
This procedure initializes the entire internal memory 
of the CZ-1 to the values shown in TABLE 1. 



I'lJC- ' 



::TEM 
INITIflLi: 



[ED- 



TABLE 1 INITIALIZED DATA 



64 internal tones 



Operation data 



MASTER TUNE 



KEY TRANSPOSE 



PORTAMENTO 



GLIDE 



BEND RANGE 



MOD. WHEEL DEPTH 



MOD. AFTER TOUCH DEPTH 



AMP. AFTER TOUCH RANGE 



TONE MIX mode 



KEY SPLIT mode 



5 COMPARE/RECALL areas 



CHORUS ON/OFF 



T0NE2 PITCH 



SUS. PEDAL ENA/DIS 



OCT. SHIFT 



MIDI 



y^m:.wmmm& 



Same as 64 preset tones 



Same as 64 factory preset operations 



A4 = 442Hz 



KEY = C 



SWEEP = 0, TIME = 30 



NOTE=-02, TIME = 30 



RANGE = 03 



DEPTH = 50 



DEPTH = 50 



RANGE = 00 



TONE 1: Internal A-1, LEVEL=15 
TONE 2: Internal A-1, LEVEL=15 



LOWER: Internal A-1, LEVEL = 15 
UPPER: Internal A-1. LEVEL = 15 



All internal (preset) A-1 



All ON 



( + )OCT = 0. NOTE = 00, FINE = 00 



LOWER = ENA, UPPER = ENA 



LOWER = +0, UPPER = +0 



POLY: KBCH = 01. CH = 01 

MULT1: CHI ~ 8 (each P0LY = 1, LEVEL = 15) 



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CARE OF YOUR UNIT 



1. Avoid heat, humidity, and direct sunlight. 

Do not overexpose the unit to direct sunlight, place it near a heater, or in any area subject to high temperature. 



2. Severe impacts can result in malfunction. 

When carrying or transporting the unit, protect the keyboard and buttons by packing with soft cloth. 



3. Keep the unit free of liquids, dust, particles, etc. 

Do not allow foreign matter to enter between the keys. Be especially careful of metallic objects such as hairpins, 
sewing needles or coins. Also, do not allow the unit to get wet. 



4. Never attempt to modify any part of the unit. 

Your keyboard is a precision musical instrument made up of sophisticated electronic parts. Any modification of, or 
tampering with internal components can cause trouble or malfunction. 



5. Do not use lacquer thinner or similar chemicals for cleaning. 

Clean the keyboard with a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution. Soak the cloth in the detergent solu- 
tion and squeeze it until almost dry. 



6. In case of malfunciton ... 

Check whether buttons and connections are set correctly as indicated in this manual. If the unit still does not work 
properly, contact the original retailer or a nearby dealer. Never attempt to repair the unit yourself. This can result 
in serious damage of the components. 



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SPECIFICATIONS 



Model: 



Digital synthesizer CZ-1 



Keyboard: 



61 keys, 5 octaves 



Touch response: 



Initial touch/after touch 



Sound source: 



PD (phase distortion) system 



Tones: 
Modes: 
Programmer: 



16(1 DCO), 8 (2 DCO), 4 (TONE MIX), 1 (SOLO) 



NORMAL /TONE MIX /KEY SPLIT /OPERATION MEMORY 



64 tones (internal), 64 tones (preset), 64 tones (cartridge), 5 tones (compare/recall), 
64 operations (NORMAL/TONE MIX/KEY SPLIT), WRITE, EXCHANGE 



Parameters: 



DC01/DC02: 

Waveform (33 types), pitch envelope (STEP -1 --8, RATE = 00 -^99, LEVEL = 00 -99 

SUSTAIN, END) 

DCW1/DCW2: 

Key follow (RANGE = 0-9), wave envelope (STEP = 1 -8, RATE = 00 -99, 

LEVEL = 00 -99, SUSTAIN, END) 

DCA1/DCA2: 

Key follow (RANGE = 0-9), amp envelope (STEP = 1 -8. RATE = 00 -99 

LEVEL = 00 -99, SUSTAIN, END) 

Line volume level (LEVEL = 01 -15) 

Velocity (AMP = 00 - 1 5, WAVE = 00 - 1 5, PITCH = 00 - 1 5) 

Vibrato (WAVE = 1-4, DELAY = 0-99, RATE = 0-99, DEPTH = 0-99) 

Octave (RANGE = - 1 , +0, + 1 ) 

Detune ( + /-, OCT = 0-3, NOTE = 0-11, FINE = 0-60) 

Line select (1/2/1 +271 +r) 

Ring modulation/noise modulation 

Name (16 characters), Parameter copy. Initialize 



Tone mix: 
Key split: 



TONE 1 (LEVEL = 01 -15), TONE 2 (LEVEL = 01 -15) 



Split point (01 -60), LOWER (LEVEL = 01 -15), UPPER (LEVEL = 01 -15) 



Effect/Overall control: 



Portamento sweep (0, 1), portamento time (00-99), portamento ON/OFF, glide note 

(-24- +24), glide time (00-99), glide ON/OFF, pitch bend, bend range (00-12), 

modulation wheel depth (00-99), modulation after touch depth (00-99), modulation 

ON/OFF, amp after touch range (00-15) 

NORMAL mode: Chorus ON/OFF 

TONE MIX mode: TONE 2 PITCH ( + /-, OCT = 0-3, NOTE = 00-11, TIME = 00-60) 

chorus ON/OFF (TONE 1,2) 
KEY SPLIT mode: Sustain pedal ENA/DIS (LOWER/UPPER), octave shift 

(LOWER = 0- +2, UPPER = -2-0), chorus ON/OFF (LOWER/ 

UPPER) 
Master tune (±100 cents) 
Key transpose (G-F#) 
Master volume 
Chorus control 



Data entry: 



Value a (SAVE)/ B (LOAD), CURSOR (NO)/ (YES), envelope point 
(SUSTAIN, END), PAGE DOWN/UP 



LCD: 



Dot matrix (32 characters) 



Data SAVE/LOAD: Cartridge SAVE/LOAD, MIDI SAVE/LOAD 



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MIDI: 



POLY mode: Send channel = 01 -16 

Receive channel = 01-16 
Program change = ENABLE/DISABLE 
MULTI CHANNEL mode: Basic channel = 01 -16 

Voice channel = 01-16 (each POLY = 0-8, each 
LEVEL = 01 -15) 

Program change = ENABLE/DISABLE 
Communication control: MIDI ON/OFF, system exclusive TONE 

DATA = ENABLE/DISABLE 



Other: 


Solo ON/OFF 


Rear panel: 


Line out terminal (A/A + B, B), headphone terminal (stereo), sustain terminal, foot 
volume terminal, MIDI terminal (IN, OUT, THRU), protect switch (ON/OFF), cartridge 
slot, power supply terminal 


Power supply: 


100V, 120V, 220V, 240V AC 


Memory back up: 


Built-in lithium battery (life: approx. 5 years) 


Power consumption: 


30W 


Dimensions: 


1025(W) X 341 (D) X 1 27(H)mm 
(403/8"(W) X 137i6"(D) X 5"(H)) 


Weight: 


13kg (28.7 lbs.) 


Accessories: 


AC power cord, plug and cord set, dust cover 



"Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice. 



WARNING: 

CHANGING THE VOLTAGE SELECTOR MAY REQUIRE THE USE OF A DIFFERENT LINE CORD 
OR ATTACHMENT PLUG, OR BOTH. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, REFER 
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL 

GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THE UNIT IN THE U.S.A. 
(not applicable to other areas). 

This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not installed and used properly, 
that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, may cause interference to radio and 
television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B comput- 
ing device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed 
to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there 
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause 
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off 
and on, the user Is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 

reorient the receiving antenna 

relocate the computer with respect to the receiver 

move the computer away from the receiver 

plug the computer into a different outlet so that computer and receiver are on different branch circuits. 

If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for addi- 
tional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications 
Commission helpful: "How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems". This booklet is 
available from the US Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402, Stock No. 004-CKXWX)345-4. 



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SA0405061A®® Printed in Japan